The court can award you damages related to the hospital's negligence - so your medical condition, treatment, and disability.
The court cannot award you damages due to loss due to stress, foreclosure, etc.
If you can prove that you would have earned millions of dollars had you not been disabled, (future lost wages claim) then you can recover them. But you have to be able to base your lost wages claim on actual lost wages (so it is calculated on what you earn, and are reasonably expected to earn going forward.
I really encourage victims of medical malpractice to speak with local plaintiff's attorneys to go over their cases, discuss their damages in detail, what is recoverable, what is not, what reasonable expectations for outcomes are (both pre-trial (most cases settle pre-trial), and post-trial - remember you are looking for the best net-recovery, and there is a lot of guess work and speculation here).
A local attorney can help you with all of this and if you are working with an attorney on a contingency fee basis, they have "skin in the game" (meaning they have an interest in maximizing your recovery, above and beyond their fiduciary and ethical duties to you as a client).