It depends on how much less, but usually, no. The alternative is to not settle, which can result in receiving less than what is currently being offered or maybe nothing at all. The best advise if you are that concerned is to seek a second opinion regarding the value of your case.
First thing first, you need to make sure that the patch contains what you are allergic to. You should probably see an allergist about this. If it does, then you need to make sure that nothing else could have caused the reaction, such as a food allergy. Second, you should look at the box to see if...Read more »
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