The claimant sought an order for the particulars of redaction in the adjuster log notes, the complete files from IE assessors, further log notes after the date of the LAT application related to section 33 requests and further IE requests, an updated payment summary, the particulars of whether the cost claimant’s catastrophic impairment assessments were taken from his medical benefits limits, and the particular amounts paid for IEs. The claimant also sought costs of the motion. Adjudicator Chakravarti ordered the insurer to produce the full AB file including correspondence, emails, draft reports, letters of instructions, notes from IE assessors, and any documentary information the insurer possessed relating to IEs. She also ordered production of log notes and emails related to section 33 requests, and related to the requests for further IEs (subject to solicitor-client privilege and litigation privilege). Costs of $500 was awarded to the claimant because the insurer had failed to provide many records that had been ordered produced in earlier Orders, including a nine month delay in producing the IE file. She found the insurer’s actions rose to the threshold level of being unreasonable and frivolous, and even in bad faith.