I'm very sorry to hear about this. Much more information is needed to properly evaluate. You would want to search Avvo's "find a lawyer" tool to find a local lawyer, and you can schedule a sit-down appointment to discuss in detail. I wish you all the best.
You don't appear to have asked a question here, which makes it difficult to give an answer. (Please see this Guide: www.avvo.com/legal-guides/ugc/five-tips-for-how-to-ask-for-legal-advice-on-avvocom ) There's no way to assess the strength of a case over the internet like this. You should consult with a medical malpractice attorney in private.
Note that the statute of limitations for medical malpractice in Oregon is two years. That means that you must take action - that is, file a lawsuit - within two years of the injury, if you mean to do so at all. It takes some months to properly investigate a case, sometimes, so you should talk to an attorney promptly.
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You can take a good first step by posting details of a legal challenge on a good legal informational and marketing site like AVVO. But, at this point, you need to consult with an experienced medical malpractice attorney ASAP now before any more time elapses to get actual legal advice. If your question relates to case value, here is one approach: [Blue-Link-Below]
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Medical malpractice cases are very difficult and complex. Your medical issues are very significant and complicated. It is really impossible to address all the legal issues involved with your potential case without asking you many more questions. Obviously the doctors did not cause your arthritis, DJD and your diabetic neuropathy. Perhaps their failure to diagnose these issues earlier, with an xray would have allowed you to receive better treatment sooner and perhaps suffered less and for as long a period of time. It is difficult to tell. Most lawyers will give you a free consultation regarding this complex issues.
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