The claimant sought reconsideration of the Tribunal’s decision to deny medical benefits above MIG limits and IRBs. The Tribunal had denied the claimant’s entitlement to these benefits based on its review of the available medical evidence. The claimant made multiple arguments: first, that the Tribunal did not consider evidence indicating she suffered from a pre-existing condition; second, that the Tribunal considered improper surveillance footage; and, lastly, that the Tribunal erred in refusing her requests for an oral hearing and for the hearing to be recorded. Executive Chair Lamoureux denied the reconsideration request. She held that the Tribunal had properly reviewed the entire medical record when it determined that the claimant fell within the MIG. She noted that claimant’s counsel had provided the Tribunal with little guidance regarding the evidentiary record, and had failed in its duty to best present the claimant’s position. She further held that the Tribunal had properly addressed the claimant’s objections to the surveillance footage, and any new concerns raised in the reconsideration request were not permissible. Moreover, Executive Chair Lamoureux held that the claimant’s rights to procedural fairness were not affected by the Tribunal’s decisions to deny her requests for an oral hearing and for the hearing to be recorded.