Hello, and welcome. I am a licensed attorney and happy to assist.
From a legal standpoint, even with a false or misinformed diagnosis (I'm not going to attempt to interpret the diagnosis, but more on that in a moment) and though you may have been treated poorly or unfairly, there is no grounds for legal action. That's because (and assuming) this person evaluated you as a result of a court order and therefore wrote the report for the the court, not for your potential treatment benefit. The difference is that this person is not your treating provider and therefore has no obligation to you whatsoever, and is only acting as a type of informant for the court. The situation would be completely different if this was a private, treating provider.
As far as what the diagnosis/report means, that's outside the legal arena and you would have to either look up/
Google each individual segment, or perhaps copy/paste/post that portion of your question to the psychiatry department on this site as a separate inquiry. I can only advise on the legal issues, and that kind of interpretation belongs with the psych experts.
I wish I could tell you that the evaluating physician had some sort of legal liability for his/her conduct, but having accurate information allows you to make informed decisions going forward, which ultimately save you much time, money, and energy. Sounds like you have enough to deal with without a legal wild goose chase.
I hope this helps. If you need additional information or clarification, just let me know and I'll be happy to continue providing assistance. If I have addressed your issue and/or pointed you in a positive direction, please let me know that as well, and please remember to leave a positive rating when prompted, as that is the only way attorneys on this site are credited for the information we provide.