Probably have to sue them in small claims court.
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Small Claims would work for amounts up to $2500.
Conversely, you indicated that your damages may be in excess of that, therefore, a regular civil court action in the Law Division by a competent civil litigator.
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If the money was deducted from your wages, you can file a Wage Claim with the Illinois DOL.
If not, file a Small Claims action in the appropriate jurisdiction.
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