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  • DSHS and HCA Overpayments: What is “Equitable Estoppel”?

    Read this if DSHS sends you a notice saying you owe them money (an overpayment) because they gave you benefits they should not have and the overpayment was not your fault, and you cannot afford to repay it. You should ask for an administrative hearing. You have a legal defense against the overpayment. #7912EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
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  • Fighting an SSI or SSDI Overpayment Notice

    Is the Social Security Administration charging you with an overpayment? If so, Social Security believes that you got benefits when you were not eligible to get them. This explains some possible ways to respond to the overpayment notice. #7403EN Read More

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    Northwest Justice Project
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