You have many issues in your post. First, you have a potential claim for workers compensation to address your injuries. If you have not done so already, get a good workers compensation attorney to assist you. The exclusive remedy against your employer for injuries that are incurred in the workplace is the workers compensation system.
Next, you might have a personal injury claim against the owner of the dog that bit you. For that to happen the owner would have had to know that its dog was a biter and it would have needed to be reasonably foreseeable that you would be bitten by this dog. You should share the details of what happened with a personal injury attorney.
Finally, you may have an issue with the way you were evicted. If you were a legal tenant, then the landlord was not allowed to simply toss your things. If you were an employee receiving the space as part of your compensation, the landlord is allowed to act in a more summary fashion, but damaging your goods is not part of its rights. You should seek the assistance of a landlord tenant attorney.
You should be able to find each of these attorneys in the Find a Lawyer part of this site. You may well find one in each field that will give you a short free consultation, and that might work on a contingency, meaning you pay nothing unless and until there is a recovery. Spend some time looking for these attorneys.
Good luck to you.
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