The claimant disputed entitlement to four treatment plans for various assessments and assistive devices, and a special award. The insurer raised a preliminary issue, claiming that the disputed dental assessment was barred by the limitation period. The insurer denied the plan on April 6, 2017, provided a clear and unequivocal denial and warned of the two-year limitation period. The claimant argued that the limitation clock did not begin until July 26, 2017, when the insurer sent a letter partially approving other dental procedures and noting that it “will not pay for any treatment that it had not authorized.” Adjudicator Lake ruled in the insurer’s favour, noting that the April 2017 denial was clear and provided notice of the two-year limitation. Furthermore, Adjudicator Lake noted that there was no power to extend the limitation period. Regarding the other treatment plans, the claimant requested to add additional evidence in the form of clinical notes and records. Adjudicator Lake denied the request, agreeing with the insurer that Orders should be followed. As there was no reason to why the late record could not have been produced earlier, the request was denied. Adjudicator Lake awarded the claimant part of a disputed OCF-18 for assistive devices and interest and dismissed the remainder of her claim.