Unfortunately, it's unlikely that her "hiding" will be admissible in any type of proceeding since it isn't relevant to the wreck. Since it's not relevant, the judge isn't likely to even consider what she did.
Instead, just focus on getting your case ready for a trial. You may want to even check with the clerk and see if that specific court allows jury trials and, if so, consider asking for a jury since that can negate any advantage the lawyer has. Most lawyers don't actually have jury trials very often and are scared of them and, in addition, it takes more time to prepare for a jru trial.
I'd also suggest you consider going to the website below and picking up a couple of their ebooks. The one on representing yourself in a car wreck should be extremely helpful as should the one on picking a jury if that ends up happening.
As to your specific questions:
Can I sue her for the amount off time I had to spend chasing this women down?
No, the amount of time you spent investigating a case, the amount of time you spend preparing, etc. isn't recoverable in a car wreck case. While there are some cases that allow you to collect attorney's fees, this isn't one of those.
Do Judges recognize and punish people who act in bad faith?
Yes, but this isn't "bad faith" as that term is used in the law. The judge isn't going to award anything extra for what occurred after the wreck unless it is medical bills or wages lost sue to injuries or medical procedures due to the wreck.
I realize that this is a difficult topic and the information is not what you want to hear but it is true and correct. Please feel free to ask any additional questions you have to clear up anything which isn't clear.