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Stepping Our Game Up

It's been over a year since our first blog post. But, quite frankly, our opening words there still ring true. Things change fast in the legal world. In fact, things change daily. So, we're going to step up our game, and bring you daily updates; we know how important it is to stay current with legal issues, especially those related to Social Security Disability. It's our duty to our clients, and to our company, to follow the changing laws and regulations--what better a place to obtain updates than right here?


We will be keeping up with the latest Social Security News, answering the tough questions, and sharing stories that will warm your heart (even if you aren't a client!). But, the only way to be a part of it is to check in. We'll help make it easier on you by updating our Binder & Binder® Facebook and Twitter pages daily, as well. Feel free to head on over and check them out soon--they'll be up and running before you know it!


The bottom line is, as the bottom line always has been and always will be, we're here to do things better and nicer. We can only blog better if we do it frequently enough to keep you up to date. And we can only blog nicer by providing you, our readers, followers, and friends, with the information you need to succeed and stay informed. As we said nearly a year ago in our first blog post: we'll keep you updated, so please return often. Your feedback is important to us, so let us know how we're doing. 


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