If you are unable to find local counsel, the best advice I can offer is to do a web search (google, yahoo, etc.) for Mirapex Plaintiff's Counsel, Mirapex Litigation, or similar language to find law firms doing this work. Once you find one of these large plaintiff's law firms, you can contact them and see if they can accept your case and be in touch with someone in your jurisdiction.
I can tell you that if you wish to file a lawsuit, you must be aware of the statute of limitations
, you have 6 years from the date you discover your injury to file a lawsuit. This means that if you cannot find an attorney, you must file a claim "in pro per" or without counsel, to preserve your legal rights. While it can be difficult to prosecute a case without an attorney it is possible to do so, and there are resources to assist you (self help desks at your courthouse, the law library, online resources such as this website, and books called "practice guides" used by attorneys to litigate cases.
I hope that you are able to locate an attorney soon, even if an attorney is unwilling to accept your case, you should be able to find a competent plaintiff's counsel who will sit down and explain your case to you (strong and weak points, probability of success, likely recovery, etc.).