PTSD

PTSD in mass tort and multi-plaintiff cases. What attorneys need to know.

Mass tort claims arise most frequently in man-made and natural disaster catastrophe litigation as well as personal injury, employment, product liability and toxic tort litigation. Frequently, these lawsuits include either primary or secondary allegations of emotional distress. PTSD is one of the most common emotional distress claims alleged within mass tort litigation, as well as allegations of depression and emotional stress (anxiety). 

Join an experienced psychiatrist and psychologist who will cover topics relevant to the forensic psychiatric assessment of emotional damages within mass tort and complex litigation.  

Mark I. Levy MD, DLFAPA
Medical Director
Forensic Psychiatric Associates Medical Corporation
Associate Clinical Professor, Psychiatry
University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine
415.388.8040
mlevy@fpamed.com 

Sarah A. Hall Ph.D.

Sarah A. Hall, PhD.
Psychologist for Forensic & Neuropsychological Assessments
Forensic Psychiatric Associates Medical Corporation
shall@fpamed.com