Meet Dr. Thomas Boland
Forensic Psychology Expert,
Injury and Malpractice Law
Dr. Thomas B. Boland is a forensic psychologist with extensive experience in assessing causation and damages in personal injury cases, particularly cases involving head injuries. He conducts expert evaluations on people who have head injuries resulting from a wide range of accidents, including motor vehicle accidents and construction accidents. He also conducts expert evaluations in cases of trauma resulting from sexual assaults, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, medical malpractice, employment discrimination, lead poisoning, carbon monoxide poisoning, toxic mold, and false arrest.
Expert Witness for Plaintiffs and Defense
As a forensic expert, Dr. Boland has been retained by both plaintiffs' attorneys and defense firms. Currently Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at New York Medical College/St. Vincent's, Dr. Boland has maintained a private practice since 1981. Prior to his current teaching appointment, Dr. Boland was for more than 20 years a faculty member at the Weill Cornell University Medical College in the area of Psychology in Psychiatry.
Memberships and Awards
Licensed by the State of New York, Dr. Boland is a member of the American Psychological Association (Divisions of Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology), the New York State Psychological Association, the Society of Pediatric Psychology, the National Register of Health Providers in Psychology, and the American Board of Forensic Examiners. Dr. Boland's awards include his appointment as a U.S. Public Health Service Fellow and a National Institute of Mental Health Research Fellow.
Background and Education
Dr. Boland holds a Ph.D. and an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Wisconsin. He has conducted research and published articles on a range of topics in clinical psychology. An associate of the Forensic Psychology Group, Dr. Boland provides expert services to law firms in the following areas of law:
- Criminal law, including criminal mitigation reports and competency to testify
- Personal injury law, including head trauma and brain injury cases
- Civil suits, including medical, dental, and psychological malpractice
- Employment discrimination, including age, gender, and sexual discrimination
Contact Dr. Stephen Reich, director of the Forensic Psychology Group, at 1-800-852-2160 to discuss your expert needs.
Evaluations at ICE Detention Centers and Correctional Facilities
The doctors of the Forensic Psychology Group are available to perform psychological evaluations and criminal psychological assessments at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention centers and correctional facilities.