I am sorry for your loss. In general, the recovery for personal injury actions is limited to the amount of available insurance. This can change if the person who caused the accident had significant assets, and not enougn insurance. This rarely happens. You can always consult with another attorney to see if he or she agrees with the prior attorney's evaluation of your case.
Adding a child's name to a piece of property has broad implications on inheritance, and I can't tell you exactly how much without looking at the document that transfered title. That's because there are other considerations. Was the property re-titled as joint tenants with the right of survivorship or as tenants in common? Is the child a minor? What is the name of every person on the original deed, their marital status, and who signed the document transferring title? Is the property...
I agree with Attorney Chambers, if you and the mother are unmarried she has all of the rights. You obtain rights through a court order in a paternity action. A parenting plan, which includes a time sharing schedule, is established in that paternity action. Child support is also determined in that action.
I agree with Attorneys Pippen and de Groot. You need to hire an attorney. It's a shorter procedure because your mother died more than two years ago. You can get the property titled in your name. Then you can transfer it to an LLC if you like.
Keep lawyer shopping. I am sure you can find someon eto take that case. Be sure the Urgent Care records clearly state what you have said here "first and second degree chemical burns caused by the hair dye probably being mixed improperly."
I think two months is a long time, and the fact that you have not been able to reach your attorney for three weeks is troubling. There may be a reasonable explanation for it, for example, your attorney may be trying to settle liens and medical bills. If your attorney has an office I suggest you go there, daily, until you get an answer.
In my experience, which is not vast compared to some other lawyers, they go to trial. I settled one after we picked a jury. All others were settled through pleadings, in the government's favor. They never got to go to trial. I have found the government to be an aggressive litigator/stubborn defendant.