The insurer sought judicial review of the Tribunal’s decision that a PSW who was not working before the accident, met the requirements of the professional service provider branch of the “incurred expense” definition. The Court held that the Tribunal’s decision was both reasonable and correct. The Court held that the critical question was whether the PSW was legitimately in the business of rending services, rather than when the PSW first looked to provide services. The SABS prohibits the creation of a business solely for the purpose of satisfying the professional service provider definition. It is the legitimacy of the service that the SABS is concerned with, not the date on which the service provider became qualified or established a business.