Sounds like you have a case. Nobody should be touching you at work. Contact a local attorney that represents employees.
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I think you should consult with an employment law attorney in your locale. They can give you legal advice after discussing your particular situation. Most employment law attorneys do not charge for initial consultation and if they accept your case and agree to represent you, most attorneys in this area of law do so on a percentage fee basis, just charging you a percentage of the amount they recover for you. If they are unable to obtain a settlement for you, you don't usually owe them any money!
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Definitely contact a local employment attorney as soon as possible. There are important deadlines that you do not want to miss.
Like my colleagues above stated, the consultation should be free and they should represent you on a contingent basis. Best of luck with this matter.
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