But the police will view this as a serious incident.
I was riding to work one day on a quiet suburban street when a car came up behind me. As it approached the driver beeped the horn. I looked over my shoulder (to make sure it wasn't an emergency vehicle) and then just carried on riding. A few seconds later, as we're approaching a humpback bridge he starts to overtake, very closely. Then he sees an oncoming car so moves left and side swipes me. I stick an arm out to keep myself upright which makes a clunk as he hits me.
He carries on, gets in front of me and then slams on the brakes. I go past, he accelerates after me so I hop onto the pavement to let him through. He stops, gets out, jumps at me, knocks me to the ground and gives me 7 or 8 punches to the face while I'm lying ont he ground, tangled up in the bike. All caught on head-cam with another 3 witnesses.
The police just made him write a letter saying "I'm sorry we bumped into each other" (that's genuinely what he wrote) because "it wasn't a serious assault" and "there was nothing wrong with the driving" (that's genuinely what West Midlands Police said). The officer who dealt with it left a sheet on the desk when I gave my statement that said the bloke had a shotgun license!
Good luck to the OP, but expect the police to not care. You're on a bike, you don't count.