75% of the visits to this site are from new visitors. For both new and returning visitors to the blog, here are a few tips to find what you are looking for and to share that informations with others.
Use the sidebar
A characteristic of the blog format is that the most recent posts (not necessarily the most important posts) appear at the top of the site. To counterbalance this, I created the Important Topics for Claimants list on the sidebar, which has links to permanent pages that address topics that are central to many claims. Take a look at the Important Topics to see if there is a webpage dedicated to an issue important to your claim. The sidebar also has a Resources of Note section that links directly to useful pages on the SSA website. For disability lawyers, the sidebar has links to Ten Tips for Writing Hearing Briefs and a sample brief. Check out the Twitter Updates on the sidebar for the latest information.
Use the search box
If you do not see what you are looking for, try the search box at the top of the sidebar. With over 450 posts on this site, there is a strong likelihood that I have written on a Social Security disability topic important to your claim.
Share the post with others
When you finish reading a helpful post, click one of the buttons displayed in the footer, to share it with your network on facebook, twitter, or other social site. Clicking on the Google +1 button will help others find the post you just reviewed.
Subscribe to the blog
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I hope these tips help you to find the information you are seeking. Once you do, please share it with others.