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Join us for a live webinar at noon on Monday, November 7, as we answer your questions about COVID-19 and unemployment benefits. You can also view recordings of our past webinars here.

Alerta: Estamos encantados de anunciar que muchas páginas en nuestro sitio web ahora están disponibles también en Español. Haga clic aquí para ver las páginas.

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How can we help you today?

Info on overpayments

After receiving benefits, many people were told they had an overpayment. You have options such as appealing, waiver, or settlement offers.

Appealing a decision

If you are denied benefits, you have a right to appeal. You have 30 days from the date on the decision to send an appeal.

Representation at a hearing

Why ULP? The hearing is your only chance to create a legal record regarding your unemployment benefits.

Thinking of quitting?

If you are thinking about quitting your job or already quit your job, you should start here.

What to do after termination

Were you fired, discharged, or laid off? Here is what you should know about your rights.

Self-Help Materials

If you are interested in proceeding or researching on your own, we have helpful resources and templates.

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About Unemployment Law Project

The Unemployment Law Project provides free legal representation, advice, and counsel to people in Washington State who have been denied unemployment benefits or whose award of benefits is being challenged. Learn More »

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