You may certainly have a wrongful termination claim, depending upon what was going on between you and the other employee. Also, you may have some other claims against your employer based upon the negligent and/or intentional acts of its other employee. Normally, an employee who is injured in the workplace may only receive workers' compensation benefits and cannot sue the employer. However, in you case, those benefits were denied, so depending on the circumstances you may have the right to sue your employer for those injuries as well.
Naturally if you would like to get specific answers, you will need to provide specific facts. If you would like, I would be more than happy to provide you with a free consultation.
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