Statewide Representation for your TWC Hearing
Do you need a lawyer for your TWC unemployment hearing?
Probably. The Texas Workforce Commission will tell you that you don’t need a lawyer — that the process is geared toward unrepresented parties. Technically, it’s true – you don’t have to have a lawyer to participate. But you likely don’t have the skills and knowledge that a lawyer has developed over years. And you very likely don’t know the specific and often counter-intuitive way TWC hearing officers make decisions that only a small fraction of licensed Texas lawyers understand. Parties often go into the hearing thinking “If I just tell the truth everything will work in my favor.” Then they are shocked when it often doesn’t.
Consider getting help. We represent parties in a TWC Appeals Tribunal telephone hearing for a reasonable flat fee. Call us to talk.
Kerry O’Brien is a former Texas Workforce Commission hearing officer who presided over 800 hearings on unemployment benefits. Since 2008, he has been averaging three TWC hearings a week for those five years. He knows exactly how hearing officers make decisions. Oftentimes, by hiring Kerry, the first thing that happens to you is that you sleep better at night, knowing your case is being handled by someone who knows exactly how to present your best case.
You can contact Kerry O’Brien in any one of these ways:
By phone: (512) 410-1960
Or through this online contact form that goes directly to Kerry O’Brien:
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