How do you intend to prove that your mental disorder was caused exclusively by your co-workers? How do you intend to prove that your employer is responsible for this?
There is a criminal law against stalking. You should contact the State's attorney.
There is no injury here worth mentioning, so I do not see a civil case.
Contact an employment attorney to weigh all options.
Stephen L. Hoffman
Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC
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This stalking/workplace harassment is any unwelcome or unwanted conduct that denigrates or shows hostility or an aversion toward another person on the basis of any characteristic protected by law, which includes an individual's race, color, gender, ethnic or national origin, age, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other personal characteristic protected by law. Call a local employment lawyer to discuss in detail.
First, you need to establish a hostile work environment and for that you need to consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction experienced in that area of the law. Second, exposure to the hostile work environment must be a substantial factor in your emotional distress. Third, here's more on emotional distress legal claims: [Blue-Link-Below]
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Maybe. It may be tough to prove that the co-workers caused your damages.
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