There’s no real shortage of lawyers in the U.S., but there is a significant lack of civil legal aid lawyers assisting the poor, with a greater disparity in some states and in rural areas nationwide, according to a new report from the American Bar Association that explored civil legal aid.

“This lack of legal aid lawyers matters because low-income Americans do not receive enough legal help—or any legal help at all—for 92% of their civil legal problems,” the ABA wrote in the report, citing a study from the Legal Services Corp., an independent nonprofit funded by Congress.