Wait a minute! I fought this claim and proved misconduct.
So why is this guy collecting now, and why am I getting charged for him?

AK The claimant may be able to collect after as little as five weeks.
  • He may have to wait either five weeks or eight weeks for
  • And, he may lose three weeks of benefits
AL The claimant may collect in just three weeks
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he may have to wait anywhere from 3 to 7 weeks
  • If he received a warning, then repeated the same misconduct, then he may also lose anywhere from 6 to 12 weeks of benefits
  • Or, he may have to go back to work
  • And earn 10 times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($45)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., the claimant may have all the wage credits which he earned from that employer cancelled.
  • And, he may have to go back to work
  • And earn ten times the weekly benefit amount.
AR The claimant may earn $434 or else just wait seven weeks
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., the claimant may go back to work
  • And earn eight time the weekly benefit amount ($62)
  • Or, just wait seven weeks
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn at the mimimum weekly benefit amount ($62)
  • And do that for each of ten weeks
AZ The claimant must earn $
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn five times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($40)
CA The claimant has to earn $200
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn five times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($40)
CO The claimant may be able to collect right away!
  • If a worker was fired for ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., then went to work for someone else for even one day, and was let go there, then he is not disqualified from collecting because of the misconduct at the previous employer.
  • If the claimant's misconduct was at the last employer, then he may have to wait ten weeks
  • And his benefit may be reduced by the amount the employer could be charged
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may be disqualified 26 weeks
  • And, all his wage credits may be cancelled.
CT The claimant must wait a month and earn $150
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn ten times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($15)
DE The claimant must wait a month and earn $80
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn four times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($20)
DC The claimant may collect after 7 weeks
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he may have his benefits postponed for seven weeks
  • And lose eight weeks of benefits
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have to go back to work
  • Work ten weeks
  • And earn ten times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($50)
FL The claimant may collect next week
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he may have his benefits postponed for anywhere from one to 52 weeks
  • Or, he may have to go to work again until he has earned 17 time the minimum weekly benefit amount ($32)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have his benefits postponed for up to 52 weeks.
  • And, he may have to go back to work
  • And earned 17 time the weekly benefit amount ($32)
GA The claimant must earn $400
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn at least ten times the weekly benefit amount ($40)
HI The claimant must earn a mere $25
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn at least five times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($5 !!!)
  • So, realistically, he can work an hour or two, and go collect
IA The claimant must earn $430
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn at least ten times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($43)
ID The claimant must earn $612
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn twelve times the weekly benefit amount ($51)
IL The claimant may collect a month later
  • He has to go back to work
  • He must earn at least the minimum weekly benefit amount ($51)
  • And do this in each of four weeks
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have all his wage credits cancelled.
IN The claimant must earn $50 a week for two months
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn at least the minimum weekly benefit amount ($50)
  • And do this in in each of eight weeks
  • His benefits may be reduced by 25%
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have all his wage credits cancelled.
KS The claimant must earn $258
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn just three times the weekly benefit amount ($86)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have all his wage credits cancelled.
  • And have to earn eight times the weekly benefit amount.
KY The claimant must earn $450 over a ten week span
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn at least ten times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($45)
  • And work at least ten weeks
LA The claimant must earn $100 over a ten week span
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn ten times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($10 !!!)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have all his wage credits from that employer cancelled.
  • And he will have to earn ten times the weekly benefit amount.
MA The claimant must earn $31 a week for two months.
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn the minimum weekly benefit amount ($31)
  • And do this in each of eight weeks
MD The claimant may collect a month later.
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And work for anywhere from four to nine weeks
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have to wait as long as 20 weeks.
ME The claimant must earn $196
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn four times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($49)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have to earn eight times the weekly benefit amount.
MI The claimant must earn $1377
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn seventeen times times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($81)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have to wait six months.
MN The claimant must earn $304
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn eight times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($38)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he will also have all his wage credits from that employer cancelled.
MO The claimant must earn $320
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn eight times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($40)
MT The claimant must earn $560
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn eight times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($70)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have to wait a year.
NC The claimant may collect five weeks later if he earns $150
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn ten times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($15)
  • And work for at least five weeks.
ND The claimant has to earn $430
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he may have to earn ten times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($43)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may also have to wait a year.
NE The claimant may collect seven weeks later.
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he may have to wait anywhere from seven to ten weeks.
  • And he will lose the benefits for those weeks.
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., all his wage credits may be cancelled
NH The claimant has to earn $32 a week for five weeks
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • He has to earn the minimum weekly benefit amount ($32) plus twenty percent
  • And he must do this in each of five weeks.
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., all his wage credits may be cancelled.
NJ The claimant may collect five weeks later.
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., his benefits may be postponed five weeks.
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., wage credits from that employer may be cancelled
  • And he may have to work four weeks
  • And he may have to earn six times the weekly benefit amount ($61)
NM The claimant has to earn $270
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn five times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($54)
NV The claimant has to earn $16 a week for sixteen weeks.
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn at least the minimum weekly benefit amount ($16)
  • And do this in each of sixteen weeks.
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., wage and work credits from that employer may be cancelled.
NY The claimant has to earn $200
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he must earn five times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($40)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may also have to wait a year.
OH The claimant can collect in six weeks if he earns some money
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • He has to work for six weeks
  • And earn 165 percent of the average weekly wage in the state during that time
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have all the wage credits from that employer cancelled
OK The claimant has to earn $160
  • He has to go back to work
  • And he has to earn ten times the weekly benefit amount. ($16)
OR The claimant has to earn $376
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • And earn four times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($94)
  • And he will lose eight weeks worth of benefits
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., all his wage credits may be cancelled
PA The claimant has to earn $210
  • He has to go back to work
  • He has to earn six times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($35)
RI The claimant has to earn $123 a week for eight weeks
  • He has to go back to work
  • He will have to earn twenty times the minimum wage ($6.15)
  • And he will have to do this for each of eight weeks
SC The claimant may collect in five weeks
  • His benefits may be postponed anywhere from five to twenty six weeks
  • And he will lose the same number of weeks worth of benefits
SD The claimant has to earn $28 a week for six weeks
  • He has to go back to work
  • He must earn the minimum weekly benefit amount ($28)
  • And he must do this for each of six weeks
TN The claimant just has to earn $300
  • He has to go back to work
  • He must earn ten times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($30)
TX The claimant either has to earn $318 or else work a month and a half
  • He has to go back to work
  • He must earn six times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($53)
  • Or, he must work for six weeks
UT The claimant just has to earn $138
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he has to go back to work
  • He must earn six times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($23)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., his benefits may be postponed for 51 weeks
  • And all the wage credits he has earned from that employer may be cancelled
  • He has to go back to work
  • And he will have to earn six times the weekly benefit amount ($23)
VA The claimant will have to put in some hours
  • He has to go back to work
  • He must work for 30 days
  • Or else put in 240 hours of work
VT The claimant may collect after a month and a half
  • His benefits may be postponed for anywhere from six to twelve weeks
WA The claimant must wait less than two months and earn $749
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., he must wait seven weeks
  • He has to go back to work
  • And earn seven times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($107)
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may lose all wage credits from that employer
WI The claimant must work less than two months and earn $686
  • The wages he earned from this employer will not be used to calculate his benefit
  • He has to go back to work
  • He must work seven weeks
  • And he must earn fourteen times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($49)
WV The claimant can collect in six weeks
  • In the case of ordinary misconduct, such as attendance problems or etc., his benefits may be postponed six weeks
  • And he will lose six weeks benefits
  • In the case of gross misconduct, such as theft, forgery, or etc., he may have to work thirty days
WY The claimant has to work almost 3 months and earn $252
  • He has to go back to work
  • He must earn twelve times the minimum weekly benefit amount ($21)
  • And he must work twelve weeks