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From the information provided this is a Supreme Court Case, with damages above $25,000.
You would be suing for assault and negligence. It would be worth your while in pursuing both the masseur and the business.
This is strictly legal information and I cannot say whether you will be successful in your claim.
I would say to contact a local attorney to get a letter out as a first stage.
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