go to your phone book and look up the American Bar Association and call them. Ask them for the right attorney and if anyone is doing pro bono work on this at this time too. Might as well try to take advantage of their free work they are required to do...by June they are done with pro bono work.
For the edification of the person above me, in countries such as Canada where we have universal health care, the rate of medical lawsuits is much much much lower than in the USA. (only Republicans call it "socialized" medicine, hoping to link it to communism)
I'm a part-time ER doctor in Canada and my malpractice insurance is from a national medical insurance cooperative (The Canadian Medical Protective Association) for about $2500 a year in premiums. In the USA it would be at least 10x that amount. I have never been sued, although Canada is a much less litigious country in general, and we have laws against frivolous lawsuits.
Many of my colleagues who went to the states in pursuit of greener pastures in the profit oriented US health system came back because after malpractice insurance, lawyers fees, fees to collection agencies and bad debts, they found they weren't that much better off financially than in Canada.