Do I have a legal case if I was sexually assaulted a work but my employer did nothing?

Question Details: I was sexually assaulted at my job by a manager. I chose not to file a report because I wanted to see if the general manger would do the right thing. The general manger gave the manager a warning and he was able to keep his job. The GM brushed it off trying to save his business because the manager does a lot around the business. I quit because I no longer felt comfortable working there. I loved my job and now I'm suffering and I feel like they got away with it. I feel like the general manager should have done something, the general manager is not protecting his employees, and I feel like the manger that sexual assaulted me should have been fired. The general manger acted like nothing happened.

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