Legal Professionals

We manage your client's needs

Psychological injuries

Screening for symptoms of anxiety, PTSD and depression
Provide appropriate mental health resources to support recovery
Arranging further assessment or counselling when appropriate
Provide driver anxiety rehabilitation services

Return to driving

Functional driving assessment
Driver rehabilitation services
Mental health support when appropriate


(Post-Crash) Mental Health Screening

15 minute, online test that can be completed at home or in the office
Identifies symptoms consistent with the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders V (DSM V) for:
Anxiety, PTSD, Depression & Phobia
Comparative reporting allows for monitoring your client through their recovery
Available in English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese

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DriveAble Cognitive Assessments

Scientifically developed and validated
Most accurate assessment of cognitive abilities related to driving
Standardized testing
No computer skills required

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Driver Assessment & Rehabilitation

Support for your client's return to driving
Customized to the client’s specific needs
Functional driving assessments

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Mental Health Support

Appropriate and timely services and resources
Driving anxiety rehabilitation
Multiple levels of support including: Self-care, Guided care & In-person counselling

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Saadati vs Moorehead

Early screening and monitoring of a client’s psychological injuries supports claims related to psychological injuries consistent with the Saadati vs Moorehead decision by the Supreme Court of Canada that concluded:

There is no good or fair reason to treat people with mental and physical injuries differently
A diagnosis is not needed to support compensation for psychological injuries
A claimant may be awarded damages if they show a serious and prolonged disturbance that rises above normal annoyances, anxieties and fear

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