After a slip and fall that required surgery, I retained an attorney and filed a personal injury suit against the corporation. At the time of the injury I filled out an Onsight Incident report. I wrote on the form that I was hurt bad and in a lot of pain. During discovery, we were sent a copy of this Incident Report. The verbiage had been changed to read, "Subject said he had fallen but was okay". My signature on the form was also forged. I brought this to the attention of my attorneys but they said it was not relevant to my case. It seems to me that this is a clear case of Spoliation of Evidence. My attorneys did not want me to bring this up during my deposition and I didn't. I did retain a well respected forgery expert to give me his opinion and he said there is no doubt that my signature was forged and would be happy to testify as to such.
Does anyone have any suggestions or feedback on this situation? If so, it would be appreciated. I believe I might want to change attorneys.