General — 02 April 2013
Power Liens to Add Neuropsychology Specialty to Directory

Neuropsychology will soon be a searchable specialty to go along with the 20+ specialties already available on the site. After realizing the need personal injury attorneys have for this specialty, the Power Liens management will expand their directory to fill that need. Most people are familiar with a clinical psychologist but personal injury professionals are constantly on the hunt for a sub-specialty in Psychology that better suits the needs of their accident victims. Because of the nature of car accidents, the possibility of head/brain trauma taking in place is extremely high. Clinical psychologists diagnose and treat disorders of the mind. When there is physical trauma to the brain, a Neuropsychologist is needed to diagnose and treat the injury because it is now a brain related injury. This slight difference puts the Neuropsychology sub-specialty in high demand with personal injury attorneys who are searching for the right doctor for their client. To find these doctors on lien is not very common place so it makes it very time consuming to find a Neuropsychologist who will accept a lien from an attorney. The Power Liens research team has began calling doctors’ offices and will soon have listings available to personal injury attorneys searching for a Neuropsychologist that will treat on a lien. is the largest directory of doctors on liens and is helping attorneys all across the country find doctors in Florida, Arizona, Illinois and California. Built as a free, easy-to-use resource for attorneys looking for doctors near their clients, Power Liens is the only place to find doctors like chiropractors, orthopedists, physical therapists, radiologists, neurologists, and others on working on a lien basis. 100% free to use and no sign-up required, users simply type in a location and select the type of physician they need. Users can even filter results by office hours, degrees, special treatments, etc.

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