If the Connecticut Department of Labor Board of Review made a decision about your unemployment case and you think their decision was wrong, you may be able to appeal to Connecticut’s Superior Court. An appeal is when you ask the court to look at your case again.
Apply right away! You do not need to have a “pink slip” or other papers to apply! You should apply even if you quit, were laid off or fired, or your boss said you can’t collect. Read this to find out how to apply, what happens next, how to get ready for your UC hearing, what you can do if you are...
Read this to learn how to ask the Superior Court to review a final decision by the Unemployment Board of Review.
This video helps you prepare for an unemployment appeal hearing.
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Links and information for filing an unemployment appeal with the State of Connecticut Department of Labor.
A brochure published by the State of Connecticut Department of Labor explaining how to file for unemployment benefits online or by phone.
File a new unemployment claimTelebenefits phone numbersFile an unemployment appealVideo: Preparing For An Appeal HearingAlso see the legal aid article about unemployment compensation: Are You Out of Work? Apply For Unemployment