The best advice is to tell you that you should speak with a personal injury attorney in your area so as to assess your options. Generally, the answer is yes, you may file a civil lawsuit against the person for assault and battery and aks for compensation for the damages you have sustained.
I hope this helps-
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Hi, we are Connecticut personal injury attorneys. You can definitely recover Medicaid and lost wages. Punitive damages do exist in this state, however, it is unlikely you can get them as the threshold for such damages is very high. However with further information, anything is possible. Feel free to contact us for consultation. 203.870.6700
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