Thank you for your reply.
For bringing a possible civil suit, you'd want to discuss the matter with a personal injury lawyer. To assist you in finding a lawyer, you should contact your local county bar association (or the one closest to your county, if your county doesn't have one). A complete listing of county bar associations in Maryland can be found here:
You may also want to look into filing a claim for compensation with the Maryland Criminal
Injuries Compensation Board:
Now, with respect to the civil suit, I cannot say for certain, as I do not practice in worker's compensation, but the fact that you filed a worker's compensation claim may limit your ability to file against your attacker (lest you get "two bites of the apple", if you understand what I'm saying). That is something to discuss in consultation with a lawyer. Many lawyers offer a free or low cost initial consultation, as well, so it may cost you little or nothing to discuss a possible civil claim with a lawyer.
As for mentioning it in court tomorrow, you won't get the chance, most likely. If the hearing lasts 5 minutes, that's long. What will happen is the judge will call the case, the prosecutor will stand up, announce that they are dismissing the matter, and that's it. It's literally done in 60 seconds.