Tag Request for Reconsideration

A request for reconsideration for unemployment benefits is a  is a type of appeal.


Usually, this type of appeal is after a phone call with a judge.

In Minnesota, employees and workers drafting or filing a reconsideration can outline errors an issues to support a reversal.

As an unemployment lawyer, my goal is to educate and inspire a conversation with applicants seeking help for a matter of this kind.

Request for Reconsideration

I believe the best way to handle a reconsideration is pinpointing a deadline, acquiring evidence, and outlining legal errors, lies and procedural issues.

A MN reconsideration for unemployment benefits is generally governed by Minnesota unemployment statute 268.105.  The process of appealing a denied unemployment claim and seeking a reversal requires filing a reconsideration.

A favorable outcome usually includes references to MN laws or cases supporting eligibility and the payment of benefits.

Thus, the following articles address this matter and I hope you contact me for one-on-one advisement.

Unemployment Transcripts

Getting Copies of Your Unemployment Transcripts

Unemployment transcripts are extremely important because they help formulate an appeal.  For example, obtaining your transcript can help applicants: Identify testimony, Make reference to lies, Support procedural errors. Thus, obtaining a transcript from an unemployment case is a process I…

No Response from Judge

Time is Up and Still No Response

Getting no response from the unemployment law judge is as frustrating as it gets. First, appeals are stressful.  Second, the benefit is desperately needed. The applicable rule for timeliness is Minn. Stat. 268.105.  But, lets put the rules aside and…