Yes and no. The Constitution guarantees legal assistance if you are charged with a crime. The Constitution does not guarantee legal assistance for a civil lawsuit. Meaning if you are injured and you want to sue someone, that does not mean the government will pay for an attorney. Fortunately, in many cases, attorneys will work on a contingent fee in civil cases, which can make the case affordable for the average person. In other areas though, where attorneys must be paid on an hourly basis, win or lose, it can be difficult for the average person retain an attorney, and there is no right, under the constitution, to have one in those circumstances.