Personal Injury Evaluations



Psychological personal injury evaluations are conducted to assess whether an event or its consequences have caused psychological or emotional injury. When there is injury, the forensic expert documents the nature and severity of the harm caused. When warranted, the forensic psychologist (expert witness) documents the absence of injuries and/or documents any malingering, deception, or exaggeration of symptoms. Personal injury psychological evaluations may be helpful when there are allegations of discrimination, hostile work environment, domestic violence, sexual harassment, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Malingering, and Deception