Even if you do not have health insurance, you still may have options available to you. If you fell at someone's home, they may have homeowner's insurance or renter's insurance. If you fell on a property, they may have property insurance or general commercial liability insurance. Each of those types of insurance oftentimes have a medical payments coverage that will pay for a certain amount of your medical bills, typically up to $5,000. However, even if they don't have that medical payments coverage, or it's limited, then you can still get treatment and ultimately make a claim against the insurance company. If you contact an experienced attorney, they may know of medical providers that will treat you in advance of getting payment in exchange for receiving payment at the end of the case.