When we first sit down with a client, we go through the fact of the case and if we don't believe we can increase the value of their case to the point that it is worth hiring an attorney, we aren't going to take it. We aren't going to make a promise as the value because there are too many variables that affect the case from beginning to end. But initially when we look at a case, if we feel we aren't going to add anything to the case, if we don't feel we can bring real value, we are going to tell the client not to hire us and to either handle it themselves or do something else.