The claimant had a number of pre-accident injuries and impairments. She suffered an exacerbation of her conditions in the accident. She sought entitlement to NEBs, removal from the MIG, and two assessment costs. The insurer argued that the claimant’s impairments were not caused by the accident. Adjudicator Johal accepted that the accident did cause an exacerbation of pre-existing injuries that would otherwise have not occurred. She also concluded that the claimant suffered chronic pain as a result of the accident given that her pain persisted for more than six months, and her injuries therefore did not fall within the MIG; this conclusion was made without a specific diagnosis of chronic pain. The claimed psychological assessment was awarded, but the denied in-home assessment was not as the medical evidence suggested that the claimant remained independent with personal care. The claim for NEBs was also dismissed. The claimant failed to provide evidence that her post-accident life was significantly different than her pre-accident life.