The claimant was a witness to a fatal motor vehicle accident. He applied for accident benefits based on claims of psychological impairments as a result of rushing to the scene to assist following the collision. The insurer determined that the claimant was not an “insured” who was “involved” in an “accident” under s. 3(1) of the SABS and denied the claim for accident benefits. The claimant applied to the LAT for resolution of the dispute. Vice-Chair Boyce agreed with the insurer and found that the claimant was not an insured person involved in an accident under s. 3(1). The claimant was not entitled to accident benefits.