The claimant sought entitlement to IRBs and medical benefits. She also sought entitlement to an accounting report. Adjudicator Watt denied the claim for IRBs, as the claimant had been paid IRBs up to the date she returned to work on a modified basis. He found the treatment plans not reasonable and necessary. Finally, he held that the cost of the accounting report was not payable because it was the claimant’s behaviour which resulted in difficulties calculating the IRB. She withheld information regarding disability benefits and her return to work. Furthermore, she was not a self-employed person.