One of the problems we have is that employees are terminated and they get walked out of their firm and the employers tend to keep it a secret. So I think that when you feel something is unjust, I think it is important for you to reduce into writing why you’re still employed. Take notes of what happened, when it happened, who was around, who did you talk to contemporaneously about what you thought was wrong or unjust or unfair. This way you can always use those notes to refresh your recollection, but it becomes more valuable the closer it is to the time of the incident actually occurred, and it would be great if every protected class would do tHAT. What we do is we typically listen to your version of events and then we’ll send you a standard employment and labor signup and it will be a number of pages of information which we ask you to fill out, we’ll send it with a self-addressed stamped envelope because we don’t want to make this any more difficult than it needs to be, you fill everything out, you send it back in along with any supporting documents, emails that might support what you have to say. If it’s a witness statement, it could be texts that you send over that might support your case. And then we review that all and an attorney from the firm will contact you directly and go over everything we received and we just keep moving forward if its a case we decide to take. All initial contacts are free, we have free consultations with any contact.