You're not obligated to accept the carrier's decision. You can "appeal" the decision in accordance with the policy or through the NYS Insurance Department or you can bring an action against the other driver. Not sure how much is at stake but you may want to speak to an attorney to get an objective look at the facts and your chances of success.
Given the extent of your injuries, you should contact an attorney familiar with premises liability matters to discuss the landowners liability. You should probably refrain from posting any more facts concerning the case.
The posting does not state if your were injured. Assuming you were not, this is probably a question for a landlord/tenant attorney. If you were injured then you take pictures, get the medical treatment you need, report it to the buildings insurance carrier and go see a personal injury attorney in your area. That you agreed to use the service entrance by signing the lease does not mean you agreed to any negligence on the part of the landlord.
Assuming your attorney is an experienced personal injury attorney, he/she is probably not in the position to give an opinion at this point. There are many factors that go in to the value of a case not all of which are actually related to the injury itself.
The question can't be answered with the information provided. The mere happening of an accident does not mean the hotel is liable. You will have to prove that it was the hotel's negligence that led to the accident and injury. I suggest contacting a personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss the hotel's potential of liability. Also, while it would be a gesture of good will, the hotel is under no obligation to provide a free room.
If you have an attorney you should discuss it with him or her. It is not just a question of your injury but whether or not the store is liable for your injury. Unless the store had actual or constructive notice of the condition and were afforded a reasonable opportunity to correct it, it will be very difficult to prove they are responsible for your accident. If you don't have an attorney, consult with one to discuss liability and the value of your injuries.
6 weeks may be a bit optimistic but 10 months is too long. Send your lawyer a certified letter demanding an explanation and setting forth your attorney's lack of responsiveness. Indicate if you do not receive the information you are entitled to, you will make a formal complaint to the disciplinary committee. That should get his attention and get you some movement.
Yes although as the operator of an uninsured vehicle, you will not be entitled to an no-fault benefits. Your son should be able to get those benefits however. Don't drive uninsured. It's there to protect not only you but your passengers, pedestrians and other drivers.