If something like this were available to individuals, it could have been very useful to me recently. Last year it came to light that a relative may have wronged the rest of my family to the tune of a possibly very large sum of money that I hadn't even known existed, but the lawyer informing me of this likelihood could not act on it himself (on my family's behalf) because of his prior involvement in the situation, so advised me to get another lawyer and file suit about it myself. But just the filing fees, never mind attorney's fees, would be about a month's rent, and I can't risk that kind of money just to find out whether there's a lot more money due to me or not. I asked several lawyers if they would look at the facts of the matter (neatly packaged by the involved lawyer), decide whether it seemed likely that they would win the case, and take it on a contingency basis if so, but none would even consider that.
My best friend is a guy I've known since college. After graduation he went to law school and he's taught me a lot about how the law really works in the USA. I'm not claiming I can practice law, but let's just say that I'm a talented amateur with a better understanding of the system and its realities than the average Joe who isn't a lawyer. I can tell you that lawyers do not care at all if you were wronged and getting justice bankrupts you and ruins your life financially. Nor do they think that you being ruined means that anything is wrong with the system or that the system needs any tweaks at all.