About WBA and your L&I audit

Jeff and Elizabeth Steen help area business owners who have been audited for workers compensation insurance and risk classification payments by the Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries.

Jeff and Elizabeth Steen help area business owners who have been audited for workers compensation insurance and risk classification payments by the Washington State Dept. of Labor & Industries.

WBA’S FLAT FEE SERVICE: TAKE BACK CONTROL OF YOUR L&I WORKERS COMPENSATION AUDIT

Being audited by the Washington Department of Labor & Industries can be a scary, time-consuming process. At WBA, we work to give you back control of your business. We can help pull together the paperwork the auditor will ask for, including the time records, injury reports, risk classifications, and other details. We can also prepare your pre-audit questionnaire and give the L&I auditor a point of contact, so that you and your employees can focus on your work. WBA charges a flat-fee, so you can plan ahead and feel confident and secure.

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M. ELIZABETH STEEN

Elizabeth Steen’s first job, at about age nine, was selling local restaurants the peppers grown on her family’s organic farm in Michigan. She was graduated from Indiana University School of Law - Bloomington in 2007 and interned in the United States Senate for about a year after graduation. She then began working in regulatory compliance in Washington D.C.

She moved to Seattle in 2011 and opened Washington Business Advocates PLLC with Jeff Steen in 2013. She loves to help business owners, like her parents and her in-laws, who don’t have time to negotiate with a complicated bureaucracy.

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JEFF STEEN

Jeff Steen’s father and grandfather owned and operated a sporting goods company in Australia. His step-father owned a small ski-manufacturing business until his retirement. Jeff has grown up around small business owners and understands the challenges of dealing with a bureaucracy.