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Psychological assessments and evidence for personal injury litigation


We offer a prompt, thorough and professional service for claimants and defendants


Psychological assessments and evidence for personal injury litigation. We offer a prompt, thorough and professional service for claimants and defendants.


     • Expert witness for personal injury litigation

     • Expert opinion on causation, proportionality and treatment

     • For claimant or defence

     • DSM-V and ICD-11 compliant

     • Single and joint instructions

     • High quality, thorough and robust reports

     • Assessments within 6 weeks

     • Reporting with 8 weeks


Northern Clinical Psychology Services offers assessments of both children and adults following incidents such traffic collisions or accidents at work and on business premises. We undertake both single and joint instructions from solicitors and insurance companies for Claimants or Defendants.

Our team’s diagnoses adhere to DSM-V and ICD-11 guidelines, providing expert witness opinions on the psychological impact of trauma, including causation, proportionality, prognosis and treatment for the individual.

Assessments are thorough, using psychometric testing, face-to-face interviews, detailed review of medical records, and interview of relatives or friends, where needed.

We offer appointments within four to six weeks from instruction and reports completed within six to eight weeks of assessment.

The result is the efficient and timely provision of high-quality, reliable and robust reports to support claim resolution. 

Northern Clinical Psychology Services


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Contact us now for an initial consultation in complete confidence at a time and place that suits you. We have clinics across Yorkshire and Newcastle. You can reach us on:


Jane Guymer
Senior Team Administrator 

0800 622 6266



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