The claimant sought entitlement to NEBs, ACBs, and medical benefits. Adjudicator Hans rejected all of the claims. In terms of NEBs, the adjudicator wrote that the claimant failed to provide evidence of his pre-accident activities and that without such information, entitlement to NEBs could not be proven. In terms of ACBs, the adjudicator wrote that the claimant’s expense forms did not prove that the attendant care services were incurred. In particular, the adjudicator was critical of the lack of specificity or details as to the days or services provided, and the fact that the expense forms were completed months after the services were allegedly provided. Finally, the medical benefits for dental work were denied because the claimant had not proven that he sustained a dental injury in the accident.