The claimant sought removal from the MIG and entitlement to three assessments. The insurer sought repayment of $7,120 in IRBs. Adjudicator Farlam held that the claimant failed to prove that she did not suffer a minor injury. She also concluded that the insurer was entitled to repayment of IRBs. The claimant had returned to work October 25, 2017 (one month after the accident) but did not notify the insurer until early 2018. There was no evidence that the claimant communicated the return to work at an earlier date, despite having a clear duty to advise the insurer. Adjudicator Farlam concluded that the claimant willfully misrepresented his work status while continuing to collect IRBs even though he no longer met the disability test. The insurer’s notice complied with section 52 even though the initial quantum of repayment increased later as more information became available. Additionally, the one year limitation on repayment did not apply, as the claimant made a willful misrepresentation regarding work status.