Every two weeks, we round up articles of note from the Social Security disability blogs.
There is a long list of good articles this week, but I want to highlight Jonathan Ginsberg's method in this post. He linked to an article from another lawyer's blog, and then commented on it. All of us should do this more often. It helps to further the conversation about our niche area of law. It also strengthens our informal network of professional blogs at the expense of the sort of blogs that Tim Moore decries in his post, below:
- Writing Bad Information on Social Security Disability from My Disability Blog published by Tim Moore.
- "I'm Disabled and Unable to Work Because…" from the New York Social Security Disability Lawyer Blog published by Insler & Hermann LLP
- How Can Waiting to Apply for Benefits Cost You Money? and How does the SSA determine what my functional limitations are? from the Social Security Disability Blog moderated by Jonathan Ginsberg
- What does the Social Security Administration (SSA) Mean by "A Combination of Impairments" When Deciding if I am Disabled? from the Indiana Social Security Disability Lawyer Blog published by Scott Lewis
- An ALJ Approved me for Social Security Disability, Where is my Money? from the Delaware Disability Law blog published by Linarducci & Butler, PA
- How going to school affects a Social Security disability benefits case from the Colorado Social Security Law blog published by the Stasiuk Firm PC
- Social Security Compassionate Allowances Expanded For Disability from the Indiana Social Security Disability Attorney blog published by Tom Ebbinghouse
- Cancer and Social Security Disability benefits: Not as easy as you think from The Legal Beat published by Anthony Reeves