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Your first step is to contact a local lawyer and let them write a demand letter to the facility explaining the issue. That will not only make it possible they will settle but will also make it more likely the judge will award attorney's fees if you decide to use a lawyer at some point. A lawyer won't charge much to do the letter and they will set forth the law, etc.
However, you are almost certainly going to have to sue at some point so you should be ready to do so when it is time. If you decide not to use a lawyer then there are some good, inexpensive e-books to help you at http://www.lessonsinlaw.com/the-guerrilla-guides-to-the-law/
You will want the ones on small claims court, legal research, trial objections and probably discovery.
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