Workers’ Compensation

workerscompensationWhen a person is injured on the job, it is common for a third party, such as an insurance company, an attorney, a medical professional, or the court to request an Independent Medical Examination (IME) by a forensic psychologist specifically trained in performing neurological testing. It is the forensic psychologist’s job to assess the degree of psychological trauma that may have been caused directly by the accident in question.  These assessments are made through administering a battery of sensitive testing, including malingering tests, to detect and substantiate the examiners findings in regards to abilities, functioning, areas of difficulty, and any psychiatric disorders.

Dr. Paret is extensively trained in performing and interpreting all levels of neuropsychological tests, as well as performing physical examinations. He diligently upholds the ethical standards and guidelines related to the administration and interpretation of all tests. Dr. Paret’s services are frequently retained by medical doctors, attorneys, and insurance agencies.  His ability to write evaluations in a clear, concise, and unbiased manner, in addition to his thoroughness in testing, has resulted in a high percentage of his cases stipulating to his report.

Common Areas of Referrals

  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Fitness for Duty
  • Competency Evaluations
  • Personal Injury
  • Disability Evaluations
  • Workers Compensation
  • Executive Function
  • Intellectual and Cognitive Abilities
  • PTSD
  • Psychological or Neuropsychological Malingering
  • Personality
  • Memory
  • Neuropsychological abilities and functioning
  • Mood and Adaptation
  • Disabled Veterans