Man. Sorry to hear about your foot! And your bike.
As far as compensation for accident, the theory is simple. She hurt you and smashed your stuff. She's completely at fault so she's responsible for making you whole.
The insurance may cover some or all of it, but she's on the hook, make no mistake.
Talk to a local lawyer - laws vary from state to state, so you want someone who can advise you propery. Make sure you get fee rates and so forth in advance.
Of course, if the insurance company makes you a deal you like, you might want to take it. But don't let them lowball you. You're owed a market value replacement (at least) for everything you owned that was broken. You'll be owed more for the injury and the pain it causes you. And still more if there are costs associated with that injury (like time lost at work.)
MF Battery, Iridium Plugs, RR relocated, Voltmeter, 170/80/15 Kenda Kruz rear tire, DIY Samsonite hard bags, DIY shaved seat with Beaded seat pad ('cause that's how I roll) and the dreaded STATOR CHANGE.
Shining Black Bess '86 VN750, retired for parts after a fried stator and being knocked (kee-runch) in her parking spot.