"I do know the 'Drugs' are the problem. I am 43 and went on the meds when I was 38. I was on them for 5 years. I have several witnesses as to how they effected me while on them and my family can verify how they've effected me since I've been off. "
Nothing in your posts on other boards or above indicates that a medical professional has determined you have been injured from these drugs. Your opinion or that of your family does not qualify in establishing negligence.
You must have a medical professional determine that the drugs caused you harm and that the doctor 'misdiagnosed' you as you state.
This is is quite likely why you have been unable to locate an attorney to represent you.
Did your former doctor notify you in writing that he was going to drop you?
I assume that since you already consulted several attorneys and could not get one to represent you, they reviewed also the possibility of 'abandonment' and you would need medical testimony to support that charge:
"...in Walker v. Saint Vincent Charity Hospital, No. 67035, 1995 Ohio App. LEXIS 1431 (Ohio Ct. App. Cuyahoga County Apr. 6, 1995), a pro se plaintiff sued two doctors for abandonment. In defense, the doctors filed a motion for summary judgment, claiming that the plaintiff had not made a prima facie case of negligence because he had offered no expert testimony. ... The court concluded that the claim for abandonment "must be supported by expert medical testimony concerning a defendant's failure to meet professional standards of care in the medical community."
" I tried to get another doctor, but was told I had to wait 8 to 9 months to see one. "
Who told you you had to wait 8-9 months to see a doctor? Did you ask your insurance company/HMO to help locate another doctor - most insurers have several to choose from.
Since you cannot locate an attorney to establish you have a case, your recourse is to complain to your state medical board which licenses medical professionals.