The claimant sought entitlement to ACBs and various medical benefits. The insurer argued that the limitation period barred the ACBs claim and that the claimant failed to attend IEs related to the medical benefits claimed and was unable to dispute entitlement until attending the IEs. Adjudicator Boyce held that the insurer’s denial of ACBs in which it requested IEs triggered the limitation clock, even though the claimant did not attend the scheduled IEs. Adjudicator Boyce did not extend the limitation period under section 7 of the LAT Act because the claimant failed to show a bona fide intention to appeal the denial of ACBs within the two-years; the 45 day delay was excessive in the context of the claimant being represented and where the claimant provided no indication that he would be challenging the denial; and the insurer would suffer prejudice because the claimant prevented the insurer from obtaining contemporaneous assessments of ACBs entitlement. Regarding the medical benefits, Adjudicator Boyce held that the insurer’s IE requests were sufficiently particularized, that the requests were timely and in response to specific claims, and that the claimant’s failure to attend the IEs prevented him from applying to the LAT.