ALERT (2/21/24, 11:05 AM): Project HELP's Toll-free line has continued to experience technical difficulties related to an upcoming move to a new phone service provider.
Our voicemail issue has been resolved and you can now leave a message to request a call-back. We are still accepting phone calls, but some incoming calls are not always registering in our system and so we may not be aware of your attempt to contact us and may not be able to pick up at the time of your call.
If you wish to schedule a callback at a specific time, you may also message us via our website or email us directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Don't have a problem but want to keep informed or get a general overview of the claims process?
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*If we are experiencing high call volumes, get on our callback list by leaving a voicemail*
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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.
Trainings and Educational Opportunities
Looking for a free training or presentation about the workers' compensation process for your organization or group?
Wanting to learn about basic rights and responsibilities regarding work-related injuries and the claims process?
In the last 6 months of 2023, Project HELP put on 96 free trainings or presentations for organizations around Washington state. As of January 2024, 40+ workshops or presentations have already been scheduled for through June 2024!
Now is your chance to secure a training session or presentation by getting on the Project HELP Director's Calendar.
Call our office to make arrangements or use our contact form.
Project Help Bilingual Services
Our office provides bilingual services.
Contact our office for more information.
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Updates & More!
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.
H-2A Guest Workers in Washington State
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