I am not licensed to practice in your state but most larger cities have lawyer referral service through their bar association. I would try that, but if you cant find an attorney, you have the right to represent yourself.
Anyone can always represent himself, however, I would not recommend it, particularly in a slip and fall type of case. If you currently have a deadline you fear you cannot meet, I suggest that you file a motion with the court to grant you additional time to locate an attorney. The motion should be filed before the deadline is up.
You may wish to call your state Bar Association, Lawyer Referral Service and see if they might be able to suggest some attorneys for you.
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The Prior Attorney is right. The State Bar of Nevada has a lawyer referral service that can be reached at (702) 382-2200. Ask for Lawyer Referral Services. You may represent yourself, but I can't recommend that you do so. When is your court date to, I assume, advise the Court that you have Counsel? Are there issues with outstanding discovery? Is there a Trial Date set? All these will be important to any Attorney who may be willing to step in to represent you.
Hope this helps.
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