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Two trainers prevented me from leaving an office on more than one occasion following a meeting in which one of the trainers and I discussed my concerns with that trainers communication with me on that day. One trainer threatened if it went any further and the Director did not believe me he would have me "tossed out" of training. I stated I was "good" and attempted to leave the office at least twice. Each time, one trainer who appeared younger, bigger, and stronger physically blocked the doorway which prevented my exit. Since then I have had high anxiety, poor ability to focus at work and home, and a flashback when I encountered a DOC guard before work. I have been seeing a therapist who says I have PTSD. Do I have standing to sue? Should Worker's Comp pay for treatment?
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