If she wants to file a complaint (administrative or court) you cannot stop her. She would need to have proof to prevail, wintesses, including the alleged abuse victim or a medical expert if appropiate. Tough situation.
It sounds like each accident contributed to your current condition. Your doctor will need to apportion your injury between the two accidents. It sounds like you aggravated the pre-existing condition of the first accident in the second. This can be done, but needs to be analyzed in detail.
Sometimes Dr.'s have tunnel vision, especially when they see someone like your son-drug problem. They become focused on a tree in the forest instead of the forest. They can miss things. You should have his care reviewed. Find a good medical malpractice attorney. They will help you find out the truth.
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It is controlled by the terms of the trust. generally it would be from the trust income. Take the CRT to an experieinced Estate Planning Attorney with any supporting documents so he can review and advise.
You need to see an experience personal injury attorney that handles property damage claims-not all do. He/she can help. You should have more options, but more info is needed. You will do yourself a big favor by talking with a Lawyer.