The truth is it seems like most people get denied on that initial application. And they’re a lot of reasons for that. But, primarily, it’s because the Social Security Administration whenever they view the materials, it just doesn’t seem to meet their criteria. The reason it doesn’t is because nobody has organized the materials in a way that they’ll look at it and understand it and determine that somebody is disabled. That’s what we do as a law firm. After someone has been denied and we get involved in the case, then we organize that material and present it either to the Social Security Administration, or to an administrative law judge who makes the determination on whether or not there is a disability.