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How to collect every penny they owe you fast.

Been laid off, fired, unjust dismissal?  Sign nothing until you talk to a labour lawyer. This CanLaw Employment Lawyer Referral Service will help you collect.

 

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Employment law is very complex with numerous government agencies each with their own seemingly contradictory rules and regulations.

It is not an area for the average consumer to handle on his/her own. A lawyer is highly recommended. If you've got any type of labour law or human rights legal problem you need a top ranked employment law lawyer.

Have you been fired for no fair reason? CanLaw will refer you to the right employment law.

Most Employment Lawyers Offer

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With most employment lawyers, you do not pay until you win and collect.

When you have a legal matter and need unjust dismissal lawyers CanLaw will find you the right lawyers and law firms.

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Employment Insurance Problems?

Are you having problems getting your Employment Insurance (EI) benefits? There are many complaints that the EI service is very slow in processing applications.

CanLaw will refer you to several employment lawyers near you so you can pick and choose the best one for your case. No charge.

How Much Does

Employment Insurance Pay?

For most people, the basic rate for calculating EI benefits is 55% of your average insurable weekly earnings, up to a maximum amount. As of January 1, 2020, the maximum yearly insurable earnings amount is $54,200. This means that you can receive a maximum amount of $573 per week.

You may be able to get Employment Insurance (EI) benefits when:

  • You lose your job ("Regular Benefits")
  • If you are sick and unable to work("Sickness Benefits")
  • Take time off to have children ("Maternity Benefits" and "Parental Benefits") and
  • Take time off to look after gravely ill family members ("Compassionate Care Benefits.")

The EI system is administered by Service Canada.

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WHAT IS CONSTRUCTIVE DISMISSAL?

Sometimes employees are not fired directly, but may lose certain rights, be demoted, or even be made to quit their job by changes to their job.

 

Under the law, they are considered to have all the same rights as if they were actually fired. In law this is called constructive dismissal.

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UNJUST DISMISSAL? LAID OFF?, FIRED? DISMISSED? DOWN SIZED? DUMPED? LET GO? TERMINATED? LAID OFF?

How to collect every penny they owe you fast.  Been laid off, fired, unjust dismissal?    Sign nothing until you talk to a labour lawyer. Employ

HOW MUCH EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE and SEVERANCE CAN YOU GET? LOST YOUR JOB

How to collect every penny they owe you fast. Been laid off, fired, unjust dismissal? Sign nothing until you talk to a labour lawyer. Employment Lawyer Referral Service will help you collect.

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