Hello. My name is Gregg Goldfarb. I’m an attorney in Miami, Florida. I handle accident injury claims as well as defective product claims. 2000, I want to give you a little update about what’s going on with the FDA. In 2015, a law was passed that required manufacturers of products that had caused serious injury or death, to report those incidents to the FDA. This was done in part to enable the public to see how dangerous certain products were and make sure that the consumers were not suffering greatly from products. And shortly after passing that law, the FDA was inundated with paperwork and they developed exemptions or loopholes for manufacturers to file summary reports. Summary adverse reports, which essentially were archived by the FDA and effectively were basically swept under the rug. Christina Jewett, an investigative journalist got a tip back in 2019. And after doing some excellent sleuthing and overcoming many bureaucratic hurdles, she uncovered these archives, and found out that hundreds and hundreds of thousands of adverse reports were filed away in the summary formats, away from the public eye. And I believe over 500,000 breast implant reports were made that were filed in this archive. So, if you have been injured by a defective product, you think the product was the defective, give me a call, free consultation. I’ll help figure out whether the product was the cause of the injury. Thank you.