The claimant sought entitlement to IRBs and removal from the MIG. Vice Chair Farlam concluded that the claimant was not entitled to IRBs and that his injuries fell within the MIG. The medical evidence provided showed only soft tissue injuries, and insufficient objective evidence was led regarding chronic pain or psychological impairment. There were also multiple inconsistencies with the claimant’s reporting that called into question the medical opinions based on the claimant’s self-reported symptoms. Regarding IRBs, the claimant himself said during IE assessments that he was not disabled from working from a psychological perspective, and no evidence from the family physician was submitted regarding the claimant’s ability to return to work.