Seattle, WA asked in Uncategorized for Washington

Q: Employment security department

Hello my name is Lawrence I was receiving unemployment today I received a letter from the unemployment security department saying that I have an overpayment between Feb 2, 2020 to sept 4, 2021 I read that a lot of people are having this problem with unenployment I worked for my money I did nothing wrong they added up what I was owed I'm tired of stressful things lile this I took my money and paid bills etc I'm not working at the moment I don't feel that it's right that i should have to owe them anything can you tell me what I should do should I pursue a lawsuit I see that I'm not the only person going through this I see that people have brought this to the news telling their stories

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Little Neck, NY

A: A Washington attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Your question may have gone unnoticed under the general "Uncategorized" heading. Some questions go unanswered here. But you could try reposting and adding "Employment Law" as a category. Good luck

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