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Do you have one of those old fashioned phone books? If so, then go the yellow pages under attorneys and they would have listed by alphabetical order his name. But if, he is in a law firm, then may have trouble finding, unless each firm lists the names of the lawyers. Since this is an auto accident, most likely under personal injury or accident lawyers.
Or can do yellow pages on the internet or white pages with his name and might find.
Or last but not least, you can call the insurance company, since he would have sent a letter to them that he is representing you in this accident.