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Unemployment Compensation

You should file for unemployment benefits as soon as possible after you leave a job, even if you quit your job or were fired.

If the Connecticut Department of Labor Board of Review made a decision about your unemployment case and you think their decision was wrong, this guide can help you appeal to Connecticut’s Superior Court.

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Unemployment Compensation

You should file for unemployment benefits as soon as possible after you leave a job, even if you quit your job or were fired.

If the Connecticut Department of Labor Board of Review made a decision about your unemployment case and you think their decision was wrong, this guide can help you appeal to Connecticut’s Superior Court.