Unemployment Insurance Appeals - Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation
A claimant for unemployment insurance who has been denied benefits may file an appeal of that denial to the Appeals Division. An employer may appeal a determination granting benefits to a former employee. You may appeal and request a hearing. The appeal must be filed in writing and must be filed by mail, fax or in person within 15 calendar days from the date the determination was mailed. The address to file your appeal is:
1100 N. Eutaw Street, Room 505
Baltimore, MD 21201
The last date to file an appeal as well as the address to which the appeal should be directed is printed on both monetary and non-monetary determinations. Your name must be legibly printed and your signature must be included on the request for appeal. Appeals cannot be filed by E-mail. DO NOT FILE AN APPEAL FROM AN INITIAL BENEFIT DETERMINATION TO THE BOARD OF APPEALS.
If an appeal is filed, a hearing will be held by a Hearing Examiner, who will then issue a written decision. That decision is appealable by a claimant, an employer or the Department to the Board of Appeals.
- Basic Lower Appeals Hearings Information
- Lower Appeals Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Board of Appeals Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Decisions Digest
- For information concerning a Lower Appeal, please contact 410-767-2421. For information concerning a Board appeal, please contact 410-767-2781.