The claimant appealed the Tribunal’s decision that she was not entitled to various medical benefits. The claimant argued that the Tribunal’s refusal to convert the videoconference hearing to a written hearing was a breach of procedural fairness and natural justice. The claimant’s counsel had argued that the claimant was unable to participate in the hearing due to psychological injuries, but provided no evidence in support of the motion. The Tribunal rejected the motion and the matter proceeded by videoconference, and the claimant called no evidence. The Court rejected the appeal, holding that the Tribunal’s processes were fair and the decision to proceed with the videoconference was not a breach of procedural fairness or natural justice. The claimant was given the opportunity to make submissions on the motion and the Tribunal provided written reasons for its decision. The Court also rejected the argument that the adjudicator was biased.