The claimant sought reconsideration of the Tribunal’s decision in which it found that he: (i) was not entitled to IRBS from August 10, 2018 to February 19, 2019; (ii) failed to provide sufficient particulars to calculate the IRBs payable from February 20, 2019 to January 11, 2021; and (iii) was not entitled to IRBs from January 12, 2021 to date and ongoing. With respect to issue (iii), both the claimant and the insurer agreed that the parties never intended for the Tribunal to make a finding regarding the claimant’s entitlement to IRBs in the post-104 week period. As such, Vice Chair Lake varied the decision to strike the paragraphs that addressed and made findings regarding the claimant’s entitlement to post-104 week IRBs. The remainder of the claimant’s request for reconsideration was dismissed. In dismissing the reconsideration, Vice Chair Lake found that there was no error of fact or law in her findings, and this was not a situation where it would have been appropriate to simply order IRBs payable subject to the claimant having yet another opportunity to provide additional information, given the claimant’s failure to comply with the Tribunal’s Order for productions.