The claimant sought entitlement to IRBs. The claimant claimed that she was employed for 26 of the last 52 weeks prior to the accident, and provided six paystubs to support her claim. Adjudicator Norris found that the claimant did not meet the minimum employment threshold to qualify for IRBs, as there was no evidence to show that she worked the requisite 26 weeks of the last 52 weeks preceding the accident. The paystubs were for her husband’s company, and provided no information as to the hours or days worked. Even if the paystubs were accepted, they indicated that the claimant worked, at most, 22 weeks out of the last 52 weeks prior to the accident. As a result, the claimant did not qualify for IRBs.