Unemployment Law Project
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We help individuals challenge the denial of unemployment benefits in two ways, through direct representation and our telephone helpline.
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An Unemployment Law Project representative will help provide focus and direction during the hearing and ensure that your voice is heard.
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Questions about your situation? Please use our telephone helpline. Our staff give free advice on an appointment basis about unemployment benefits.
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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.
With remote services and offices in Seattle and Spokane, we offer assistance to anyone with a Washington State claim.
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We rely on the assistance of volunteers for an array of tasks, from clerical tasks to representation of claimants at administrative hearings. We provide training and on-going supervision.
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