If the ICCD changed the report without a reasonable medical basis for doing so, then they may have some malpractice liability. You may want to see who signed the reports and send them a certified letter asking them in writing to expalin the reason why the reports were changed and upon what addtional medical diagnosis. This is to set them up for a future complaint if they either fail to respond or give you a cursory reason.
In court, before the judge relies on this report, you will have to inform the judge that the report has been altered without a proper medical basis for doing so. In other words impeach the 2nd report with the 1st report.
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