The claimant applied for reconsideration of the Tribunal’s decision that he was not entitled to IRBs because he was not employed at the time of the accident. The claimant was scheduled to start a job two weeks after the accident. Because of the accident, he was unable to start the job. Adjudicator Grieves dismissed the reconsideration, holding that the Tribunal’s decision did not violate the principle of stare decisis, the principles of statutory interpretation, or the purposes of consumer protection legislation. The SABS required the claimant to be “employed at the time of the accident”. To construe the phrase to include a person in the claimant’s position would go beyond what the legislation entitled the claimant to receive.