Do you think that you know how to blog? There are probably many different ways to do it, so perhaps there is not really any set rules or guidelines on how to blog. If you do not know how to blog, I can give you an overall outline of how it works, but keep in mind I am no expert. The only thing I can claim to be is someone who has witnessed and been a part of the entire history of blogging. I was around when they begun, and when they started to really gain a lot of attention. The first step in how to blog might even be what to write about. If you have no idea what to write about, what is the point in blogging? You may want to start with a few subjects that you find interesting. That might be a good base to go from. Some people can get by writing rambling blogs that do not really have a subject, but most cannot. The next step in how to blog would be find a website to post your blog. This might be the challenging part, because there are so many different websites out there that host blogs. My only advice here is pick a website that looks good to you. Every website has a different feel to it, so you have to find one that is easy to use for you. The next step in how to blog is to literally start blogging. Write as often as you can, and about many different things. If you write about the same or similar topics, make sure that there are different themes or ideas so that they feel different. In my opinion, the last step in how to blog is to get some readers. What is the point of blogging if you do not have anyone reading it? I suppose if you find it fun to just write and have no one read it, no big deal. My advice on how to blog would be to start with family and friends, then try to branch out from there.
Q: Can a claimant fire a Social security disability attorney and hire a new one?
A: Yes, a claimant can hire a new Social Security disability attorney if he or she is dissatisfied with the current one. It is important for the claimant to first communicate his or her dissatisfaction to the current social security disabilty attorney. Most attorneys would want an opportunity to discuss issues with their clients and attempt to remedy the situation. An attorney might not even know his or her client is unhappy. If a claimant is uncomfortable speaking directly with his or her Social Security disability attorney, it would be helpful to speak with someone else in the firm. It is always much easier to transfer records and files within the same firm. There might be a better fit with another attorney in the same firm. Whether a claimant decides to hire an attorney inside or outside of the same firm, he or she should communicate with the disability examiner assigned to the claim. It is important to get a status check on the claim and keep the disability examiner in the loop so that no important deadlines are missed or needed information causes delays. It is not advisable to hire the current attorney before a new one is found. Once a claimant has hired a new Social Security disability attorney, he or she should inform the current attorney that his or her services are no longer needed. One of the first things the new Social Security disability attorney will do is contact the disability examiner assigned to the case. But again, it is important that the disability examiner is kept in the loop when a claimaint decides to hire a new attorney.