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  • Are you eligible to claim unemployment benefits?

    Read the requirements and fill out an online application. Read More

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    Employment Security Department of Washington State
  • Disaster Unemployment Assistance

    Read this if a natural disaster hit your town and it caused you to lose your job (or caused your employer to reduce your hours). Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project
  • Unemployment Law Project Web Site

    Are you having trouble collecting your unemployment benefits? Has your claim been improperly denied? Or has your employer appealed your entitlement to benefits? If so, we may be able to help. Read More

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    Unemployment Law Project
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    Spanish / Español
  • How to Appeal a Denial Of Unemployment to Superior Court

    This explains Superior court review of an administrative decision relating to unemployment benefits. If you lose your claim at the administrative hearing, you have another level of administrative review. It is called a “Petition for Review.” #7602EN Read More

    By:
    Unemployment Law Project
  • How to Represent Yourself at an Unemployment Benefits Hearing

    If you have been denied unemployment compensation benefits, you have a right to appeal. If you have been allowed benefits, your former employer has the same right to appeal. If either you or your employer appeals, you will have a hearing with an administrative law judge. This explains how to represent yourself at the hearing. Read More

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    Unemployment Law Project
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    Spanish / Español
  • Video - Unemployment Insurance Hearing Demonstration

    The Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) is an independent state agency which conducts impartial administrative hearings for other government agencies. This site has a video to help you prepare for your Unemployment Insurance hearing. Read More

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    State of Washington Office of Administrative Hearings
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    Spanish / Español
  • Unemployment Compensation

    State unemployment insurance law covers most employees. While you are working, your employer pays into the unemployment insurance fund. If you lose your job, you may be eligible for unemployment compensation. Read More

    By:
    Northwest Justice Project

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  • How to Appeal a Denial Of Unemployment to Superior Court

    This explains Superior court review of an administrative decision relating to unemployment benefits. If you lose your claim at the administrative hearing, you have another level of administrative review. It is called a “Petition for Review.” #7602EN Read More

    By:
    Unemployment Law Project

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