You could contact your County or State Bar Association and ask them if they have an attorney who could take your case on a contingency basis.
My response above is only general, legal and business analysis. It is not "legal advice." It is my own analysis based on the limited brief summary you presented. Other attorneys may have a different analysis and opinion especially if more facts are considered. I am not your attorney until retained by a written retainer agreement signed by both of us. I am only licensed in the State of New Jersey.
You contact attorneys in your area and ask them if they're interested in taking your case. They will tell you yes or no based on the facts you give them and their determination of the damages and the likelihood of recovery versus the amount of effort that would be involved in order to make that happen.
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The State Bar of Nevada has a referral service that may be useful. http://www.nvbar.org/lawyerreferral/lawyer-referral-information-service/
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The ADA has an attorney fee shifting provision in the event you are successful, which may make your case more appealing to an attorney from a contingency perspective. However, you have to either win the case or recover those fees in the settlement.
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