The mission of the Environmental Hearings Office (EHO), which is comprised of two independent environmental boards, is to conduct fair and impartial hearings and issue clear and well-reasoned decisions, provide expeditious and efficient resolution of environmental appeals through hearings and alternative dispute resolution processes, foster a consistent statewide interpretation of Washington’s environmental laws in agency decision making and appeals, and assist parties in understanding the hearing process to ensure meaningful and enhanced access to justice. The website contains EHO decisions back to 1970, as well as sample forms for conducting an administrative appeal of an EHO decision.
This link directs you to the Washington State Department of Licensing’s page that discusses “How to request a hearing” and includes an application and guidelines for requesting a waiver of fees.
Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals (BIIA) – also known as Workers’ Compensation: appeals process overview
Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals (BIIA) – also known as Workers’ Compensation: “The purpose of this website is to provide useful information about the BIIA and the appeal process. You will find easy access to current laws, rules, and significant Board Decisions.
The Precedential Decisions of Commissioner set forth interpretations of both procedural and substantive law governing adjudications under the Washington State Employment Security Act, Title 50 RCW. The Decisions are binding on Department adjudicators, administrative law judges of the Office of Administrative Hearings and the review judges of the Commissioner’s Review Office. The Decisions have been cited as persuasive authority by the Washington State trial and appellate courts.
If you disagree with a decision we’ve made about your unemployment benefits, you can appeal that decision.
Authored By: Unemployment Law Project
This is a self-help guide for appealing a denial of unemployment benefits in Washington State that contains instructions as well as necessary forms provided by the Northwest Justice Project.
This explains Superior court review of an administrative decision relating to unemployment benefits. If you lose your claim at the administrative hearing, you have another level of administrative review. It is called a “Petition for Review.”