The claimant sought removal from the MIG and entitlement to physiotherapy and two assessments. Adjudicator Maleki-Yazdi found that the claimant’s injuries fell outside of the MIG and that the claimant was entitled to all three treatment plans. Additionally, she concluded that the insurer’s section 38 notices were deficient. All three denials were similarly worded and simply stated that there was no “compelling evidence that shows that your injuries do not fall within the Minor Injury Guideline.” No further details regarding the “compelling evidence” was provided. The adjudicator held that the denials were vague and did not provide the claimant with meaningful explanation for the denials to allow her to make an informed decision about whether to accept or dispute the decision. Subsequent denials following the IEs did provide meaningful explanation, but the insurer would have been required to pay for all incurred treatment up to the date of the proper denial.