This was the claimant’s second LAT dispute. The claimant sought entitlement to NEBs, removal from the MIG, and various medical benefits. The insurer argued that the claimant could not re-litigate the applicability of the MIG. Adjudicator Farlam agreed with the insurer that the applicability of the MIG was res judicata and that the claimant could not seek the same relief that had been denied in the first hearing. Most of the claimant’s arguments were an attempt to re-litigate the same claim on the same facts. The claimant did not seek reconsideration or judicial review of the earlier decision, so it was a final judgment. This second LAT dispute was not to be used as a reconsideration or judicial review. All of the submissions that the claimant made in this dispute had already been considered in the earlier dispute. Because the MIG could not be re-litigated, the disputed treatment plans were also dismissed. Adjudicator Farlam denied the claim for NEBs. She held that the evidence showed the claimant remained able to complete housekeeping chores, was independent in personal care, and cared for her young child on her own. The claimant failed to put forward reliable medical evidence that she was prevented from carrying on a normal life.