You can sue them civilly and also pursue criminal case against them and seek restitution as a crime victim. Speak with the DA about crime victim compensation and speak with local personal injury lawyer about civil suit.
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Very simply, you may sue civilly for assault and potentially other torts. you may also, file a police report and the prosecutor may pursue the assailant criminally.
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Go speak to a psychologist and let the courts handle the criminal case.
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If they violated the restraining orders, then you should call the police as that is a criminal act and the court will deal with that. As far as a civil suit for assault, that may be possible, you should post that question on the civil litigation section on AVVO.