The claimant sought a determination of a catastrophic impairment based on a WPI in excess of 55 percent. He also sought entitlement to ACBs, the denied portion of CAT assessments, and various medical benefits. Adjudicator Lake concluded that the claimant did not suffer a catastrophic impairment. She rejected the claimant’s experts opinions on WPI for mental or behavioural impairments because it relied on opinions from other experts which those experts later retracted. Even if all other WPI were accepted, the claimant would only have a 42 percent WPI. The ACBs claim was dismissed because it was for a period beyond the 104 week mark. Adjudicator Lake agreed with the claimant that CAT assessments were not paid out of the medical benefits limits, and found that six of proposed seven assessments were reasonable. Finally, Adjudicator Lake held that the treatment plans for further physiotherapy were reasonable and necessary, but that the claims for assistive devices, an attendant care assessment, and a two-part neuropsychological examination were not.