If you and/or your organization are involved in cases of personal injury or medical malpractice, ask yourself these questions:
- How do I validate and quantify a client's complaints of impaired attention/concentration, impaired memory, impaired reasoning, increased moodiness, impaired job performance capabilities?
- What is the likelihood of cognitive or emotional recovery from injury?
- What services are likely needed to help a client recover from such injury and should the client be compensated in addition to lost wages and services for treatment of physical injury?
Forensic psychology can provide the answers to these questions.
We provide comprehensive psychological and neuropsychological testing which will help define the range and severity of cognitive and behavior functioning of a client. We use state-of-the-art empirically based instruments that measure performance and help clarify the "vague" symptoms a client may be reporting.
We evaluate psychological and neuropsychological sequelae of:
- Closed head injury
- Environmental (toxic) insults
- Developmental disorders
- Medical malpractice
- Worker Compensation Cases
- Disability Claims
Our psychologists bring the same quality of comprehensive services to other forensic matters including child custody and disability cases. An information packet of these services is available upon your request for what is an often complex and sensitive type of case.