I believe you need to hire an attorney. First, your injury may be more serious than you realize at this time. Second, the issues of liability that are likely to arise in this case and the proper evaluation of the claim can only be handled by an experienced personal injury attorney.
Speedy recovery to you and good luck with your claim!
Too many families destroyed by too many notaries! Stay away from anyone offering unauthorized, not licensed legal advice! There are a lot of qualified attorneys to assist you who may agree to offer you a payment plan. Shop around! Be smart! Good Luck!
It does not have to be an emergency and the trip while I-485 is pending can be for the purposes of vacation with your wife. The issue is as follows: has she accrued any unlawful presence in the U.S? Consult with an experienced immigration attorney re: the issue. USCIS routinely approves Advance Parol Travel Documents for individuals with accumulated unlawful presence which prohibits them from entering the U.S. once they leave the U.S. Good Luck!
U.S. consulates and embassies seldom issue non-immigrant visas to the individuals in cases where an immigrant visa petition has already been filed on their behalf by a family member in the U.S. I agree with the previous answer.
I would consult an experienced immigration attorney who will maximize your chances for success in obtaining a B-2 visa in your passport. Obviously your denials do not help. A thorough examination of your file and the decision on your motion to re-open is required. You must also have a very strong reason why you want to visit the U.S. and ties to the country from where you are applying!