I was terminated from my employment. Can I collect benefits?In most cases, you can collect Pennsylvania unemployment benefits after your employment has been terminated. Unless you were fired for "willful misconduct" - such as being insubordinate, commiting theft or other crimes at work, or violating an employee work rule that is enforced fairly - you should be eligible for Pennsylvania unemployment compensation benefits.
The state will not deny your otherwise valid claim unless your employer objects. If that happens, you will want a competent Pennsylvania unemployment lawyer to help you advance your claim and protect your right to benefits.
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