Today I fell outside of New York City Housing Authority property the ground is all cracked up and it was a housing truck blocking the street , I had another emergency so I didn't go to the hospital, but my are , neck and leg was sore from the fall.
It is impossible to tell from the information you provided whether or not you have a viable case. For example, many government agencies require notice before an action may be brought against it. Your best bet is to contact a local attorney who has experience in handling cases against public authorities such as the Housing Authority. If you plan to contact an attorney you should do so quickly as there are various time limitations which must be met in cases such as these.
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Dear Manhattan Pedestrian:
No. Not without going to a doctor and opinion of s serious injury, more than aches and bruises. Your own story that you had something more important to do than get checked out right away suggests you were able to walk away from this accident; and as with most ordinary falls you feel some discomfort. Go see your doctor.
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