Impaired Cognitive Functioning
After a head injury (also called Traumatic Brain Injury), people often experience difficulty thinking, remembering, and planning. These injuries can be documented by a Clinical Neuropsychological Evaluation. When an accident or injury results in lasting cognitive compromise, a Neuropsychological Evaluation will provide documentation that aids the court's understanding of its nature, intensity, and prognosis. Such evaluations are often a highly cost effective means of discriminating between actual and malingered difficulty.