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What if You Are Laid Off?

Colligan Law attorney Joe Saeli was interviewed by Spectrum News  about steps people should take after being laid off.  It is important to apply for unemployment insurance benefits immediately.  If health insurance is not available, or if COBRA coverage is too expensive, look into applying for Medicaid.  

As the workforce takes a hit because of the coronavirus, some Western New Yorkers are being laid off to help ease the blow to employers. A Buffalo lawyer is urging people to get the process going of receiving their benefits.


layoffs, unemployment insurance, medical insurance, covid-19