Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Address and Best Directions for King of Prussia Unemployment Referee Office Located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Where is the King of Prussia, PA Unemployment Referee’s Office Located? Address for King of Prussia, PA Unemployment Referee Office?

King of Prussia Referee Office
100 Ross Road, Suite 210
King of Prussia, PA 19406-2110


This is a new office location for Montgomery County hearings, and it can be a little tricky to get there.  In fact, putting the office's location into a GPS usually does not work!  

I think one reason for this is the fact that "Ross Road" is, at least in my mind, actually 5th Street. Why it is called Ross Road and not 5th Street is a mystery to me!

Anyway, here is the trick to getting to the office easily:


Put 501 DeKalb St, Bridgeport, PA 19405 into your GPS.  That is the address for Franzione’s Pizza in Bridgeport.  

Franzione's is located at 5th and DeKalb. The UC Office is on 5th, about a 1/2 mile from Franzione's.

 So, in the below image, Franzione's is on the right.  Hence, coming this way (from King of Prussia), you make a left onto 5th, and the UC office will be on your left in about 1 minute.  

The UC office is pretty big (3 stories, about the width of a Walmart), but it is kind of perched up on a hill, so be mindful so you do not drive past it!

Not for Nothing -- Franzione's has darn good food.
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Individuals, on the other hand, typically have little or no experience at such hearings.

Talk about being at a disadvantage!

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