If I accept "follow up care" as part of a resolution to a grievance, does that hinder any future decisions on my part to seek legal action against a clinic?

Question Details: My clinic erroneously denied me access to Valium because they did not realize that I had been on it for 3 years. Someone did not thoroughly review my charts. It is only after receiving a grievance I filed with the clinic that the error was apprehended. I underwent a withdrawal episode due to not tapering off the medication. Now the clinic wants to offer me what is described as "follow up care" in the resolution to the grievance letter. There was a lot not explained to me. Is it possible I am being maneuvered in some way, that the care offered serves an ulterior motive beneficial to the clinic? Would such an error/confusion warrant follow up care from the clinic?

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