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Project HELP offers free, impartial, and high-quality information to anyone with questions or concerns about Washington state industrial insurance - workers' compensation for work-related injuries or occupational disease.
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DOSH complaints can now be filed and submitted online.  

The online capability for filing complaints, is available in both English and Spanish, for reporting alleged safety and health hazards and/or for workers who believe they have been retaliated against because they have exercised their workplace safety and health rights.

To learn more click here (English)

To learn more click here (Spanish)

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Labor and Industries and the Division of Occupational Safety and Health released three videos (English/Spanish) which provides important information about their rights in the workplace, safety and health and workers' compensation

Have questions about your claim? Call us today.*

*If we are experiencing high call volumes, get on our callback list by leaving a voicemail*

FAQ's

See the 6 most asked questions

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Eligibility for structured settlement: injured workers must be 50 years old or older and have an accepted L&I claim that is at least 180 days old. 

Coronavirus Pandemic

(COVID-19)

Resources

Project Help

Bilingual Services

Trainings and Educational Opportunities

The coronavirus disease outbreak (COVID-19) is impacting how we live and work in locations across Washington State.

Listed below is the guidance and resources for COVID-19 topics related to L&I.

  • WA State Employment Security Dept.  (ESD): Coronavirus (COVID-19) scenarios and benefits flyer, a side-by-side comparison tool for workers and employers covering paid sick leave, unemployment insurance, paid family and medical leave, and industrial insurance (workers' comp).

To read more click here

Visit WSLC resource page

Our office provides bilingual services.

 

Contact our office for more information.

 

1-800-255-9752 

(Press 1 for Spanish)

Looking for a free workshop, presentation, or seminar for your organization?

 

Wanting to learn about basic rights and responsibilities regarding Washington State's Workers' Compensation program?

 

Now is your chance to get your next training session on the Director's

Calendar. 

 

Call our office to make arrangements or use our contact form.

E-mail us to schedule a call with a Claims Specialist

projectHELP@wslc.org

Call at your convenience to speak with a Claims Specialist

T: 800-255-9752*

*Please leave a voicemail if we are experiencing high call volumes at the time of your call

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