Well, you know every case is different. And they each have a unique and separate value. Until you’ve gotten into the case, and you’ve read what the doctors have had to say about your injuries, you’ve looked at what your medical bills are and what they’ve totaled, how long you’re out of work, whether or not you’re left with a disability or any impairment… Until you know all those things – how long it took you to get well and how much it cost and how it affected your life, it’s really impossible to know exactly what a case is worth. You don’t want a ballpark from me. You want to know what it’s worth. And I’m not going to be able to tell you that until we get to the end of the process, until you’ve finished treating with your doctors and we can look at your records and make an evaluation of your case. At that point I’ll tell you exactly what the case is worth. I’ve been doing this nearly 30 years, and if the insurance company doesn’t want to pay you, we’ll take them to court.