The claimants appealed the Tribunal’s decision permitting the insurer to use the same counsel and same adjuster on three claims made by three relatives of the same household. The claimants argued that there was a conflict because the insurer and its counsel could intermingle the claims materials. The Court dismissed the appeal, finding that it was premature. The Tribunal’s decision was not a final order, and the hearing on the merits of the claims had not yet taken place. There were no exceptional circumstances justifying early judicial review, nor would the claimant suffer irreparable prejudice that could not be cured on ultimate appeal.