Get Help With Your Unemployment Benefits Right Away

Dealing with unemployment is stressful and confusing. At the click of a button, we can help you understand your options, and make sure you are receiving the benefits you deserve. If you have been denied benefits, have an overpayment or have other trouble with unemployment benefits in Washington state we can help you.

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Our mission is to get Washington workers the unemployment benefits they’ve earned.

Working With WEBA Is Easy

Dealing with ESD is hard. Working with us is easy. We’re available to listen to you and explain what’s going on. Even if you’re not sure you want to hire a lawyer, you can still make an appointment with us for a free consultation. Our attorneys work exclusively with clients who are having problems with unemployment insurance.

If you are being denied benefits, have questions about the appeal process, or have an overpayment, we have the expertise and experience with unemployment benefits in Washington State to help you understand your options. You can schedule an appointment online and upload your documents to our easy-to-use electronic portal. We’ll examine your case and explain your options in a way that is clear and easy to understand.

Flexible And Timely Assistance

Unemployment issues are difficult to navigate and can take time to figure out. Thousands of Washington workers and residents are burdened with overpayment notices, meaning they have received benefits that the Employment Security Department later decided they should not have received. Many people don’t have the resources to repay the benefits.

If ESD says you have an overpayment, you have the right to appeal. ESD has issued many unfair overpayment notices. Talk to one of our attorneys as soon as possible to discuss your situation, options and rights. We will help you develop a plan.


Some people apply for and receive benefits. Later, the Employment Security Department makes a decision that they should not have received the benefits. In a Determination Letter, the Employment Security Department then asks the claimant to repay the benefits. We can often represent claimants in a hearing where an administrative law judge will reverse the Employment Security Department’s decision requiring the claimant to repay the benefits.

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Some people apply for benefits, and the Employment Security Department wrongfully rejects the claim. We can help our clients exercise their right to contest the denial of benefits.

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Petition For Review

If a claimant contests or appeals the decision of the Employment Security Department and the administrative law judge rules against them, the claimant has a right to appeal this decision. This is called a Petition for Review. We help our clients successfully file Petitions for Review.

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Meet Our Team

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Rory O'Sullivan


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Jacob Wicks


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Ryan Agnew


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