1. Strongly recommend you contact Avvo and ask them to remove your personal information.
2. This is not a good help wanted site, its question and answer.
3. Call your state bar association and request referral to a civil rights attorney.
FWIW, you are likely past the small window if opportunity to bring a claim too.
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There is obviously a much more complicated set of facts behind this brief summary of your story. No lawyer could tell you just from the summary whether you have a good claim. I agree completely that if you want to pursue this, you need to contact a NC lawyer immediately. (And the "Find a Lawyer" section of AVVO will likely help you more than this question-and-answer section.)
One point: Federal civil rights claims under 42 USC sec. 1983 are governed by local state statute of limitations. Where I am licensed and principally practice, MD and DC, the statute of limitations that applies is 3 years. I am not licensed in NC and so can't offer any opinion on NC law. I do note, however, that the NC statute of limitations for personal injury actions is 3 years. Just possibly that is the statute that would apply to a federal civil rights claim in your case. So I don't assume that you're already hopelessly too late. But you do need to talk right away with a NC lawyer.
As Mr. Rafter notes, you should remove your personal info. No lawyer can appraise your case based on this amount of info. Contact a civil rights lawyer in your area to see if you have grounds to sue.