Memphis is a city in the southwestern corner of the U.S. state of Tennessee, and the county seat of Shelby County. The city is located on the 5th Chickasaw Bluff, south of the confluence of the Wolf and Mississippi rivers. If any person gets any injuries, he/she can contact a lawyer in any city and also in memphis. There are many personal injuries and healthcare related lawyers in memphis who give all the information about sections and laws.
You want legal advice - go talk to an attorney.
So, you should have called the police immediately.
Just pressing charges does not get fees and medical bills paid. Pressing charges get other person possibly arrested, charged with something and sentenced to something. Sentencing does not give you money.
You want money for medical bills and lawyer fees - you would have to sue in small claims court - prove your damages - and win. That is no indication you will get money either. That is only an indication that you won the court case -
"Now terrified of vehicles after seeing life flash before my eyes" has no merit or validity. You are not the only one in the world who has had a a car accident - or a close call with a car - so you can toss that bit of drama away. I nearly get run over every day crossing streets walking to work by drivers who turn in front of me just because they don't want to wait.
Keep in mind any surveillance film will also show the "punching windows and taking off side view mirror" business.
All of this sounds very dicey. Almost like it has something to do with drugs. Why would someone go nuts just owing a bit of money? Conveniently - you don't say how much or why.
So - file a police report - go see an attorney and get all the legal things going.