Most plaintiff's medical malpractice attorneys would rather take the case on contingency. The fees and damages are subject to MICRA. You might find someone to take the case on an hourly basis. Good luck.
If you are injured, seek medical attention immediately. File a claim with your insurance company and find out whether you carry uninsured motorist or medical payment on your policy. The driver of the SUV may be uninsured. Request a copy of the police report and contact a reputable personal injury attorney. The first consultation is generally at no charge and you can receive some good advice and guidance.
You are required to pay your deductible before your insurance company fixes or pays for your car damages. The deductible may be waived if the at fault driver is uninsured. Once your insurance company gets the deductible back from her carrier if she has one; then you will get the deductible back. Find form SR19 on the internet and file it. I am assuming you have already filed the SR1. She will have to disclose her insurance information or her license will get suspended. Good luck.