The claimant sought entitlement to IRBs. The insurer argued that the claimant failed to provide relevant records requested under section 33, including pre-accident income documentation, employment file, and post-accident income records. The insurer also argued that the claimant’s revocation of the right to conduct a paper IE was non-compliance with IE attendance. Adjudicator Chakravarti concluded that most of the insurer’s documentation requests were reasonable and that the claimant’s entitlement to IRBs was suspended in accordance with section 33. She also held that the claimant failed to participate in an IE by revoking consent for assessors to conduct a paper IE.