Re: Denied Unemployment 2009 Plus Other Concerns
a couple problems
that doesn't sound what you described here:
and by being fired in such a violent unprofessional way
More than a hour later I was called into the head manager's office and basically tormented and fired. Though this shady company doesn't actually fire you they "five day you". I had never been written up before and hadn't been given any warnings. They claimed I had argued over commission on the sales floor and shouted loudly. Which was a total fabrication. Anyhow I was very clam and simply left the room. I called after the 5 days were up and they told me that "head office" approved the termination.
then there is nothing to say since that is the required process to dispute their decision. As CBG stated, it is almost assuredly too long to do anything about it now though so due to that I won't suggest filing an appeal now.
Please don't respond negatively telling me I should've filed an appeal.
anti-depressants are used to treat clinical depression which is not depression derived from some situation in your life but an actual physical problem. Clinical depression is the result of chemical imbalances within the brain. The anti-depressants are used to treat that imbalance. If you have clinical depression, it is quite likely you suffered from it before this incident and continue to suffer from it. It does not go away and is something you will likely have to be treated for for the rest of your life.
I know that, I messed up, but I was deeply depressed and ridden with anxiety; bad enough that only long term anti-depressants brought me out of it .
It is also a common problem for people with clinical depression to suffer from bursts of outrage which could easily be interpreted as a "steroid pumped rage".
they don't send you cards with "funds loaded" on it unless you have been, at least, tentatively approved. It sounds like you were approved initially but once the employers right to appeal and the appeal reviewed, that initial approval was reversed. That was when you had to appeal but refused to do so.
I filed for unemployment soon after. TWC sent me a card with funds loaded on it so I mistakenly thought I had been approved. More than a month later a very rude and aggressive woman called from the TWC.
You should have done a bit of research at the time as nothing I have found suggests your appeal had to be dealt with in Austin (although not 100% certain of the process since it is a moot point and didn't research too much)
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.