If it is bent pins on the mainboard I am willing to say there is a 80% chance that the processer was NOT damaged. If you didn't notice any burning smell that is even better. Just remember to reapply new thermal compound when reinstalling the processor
If there is no burnt smell it is very unlikley that you fried any of your parts. Secondly if you have the hand eye coordination and the proper tools the pin can likley be "stood" back up, this is only recommended for those with very good hand skills though as it's easier to cause more damage. Also if you are terribly concernd most likley there is a small local computer shop near you and most have a test rig that you can either test parts for free or for a naminal charge- there is a shop near me like thias anyway- i think most US cities have a renisannance computer and they usually do.
The board is under warranty, but Asus is charging me 40.00 because they consider bent CPU pins to be "physical damage" Whatever...still cheaper than buying another board. They also agreed to send a board before they receive my RMA board. They will charge my credit card for the new board and remove the charges once they receive my RMA.