The insurer appealed the Tribunal’s decision that the claimant was involved in an accident. The claimant slipped and fell on ice while making her way to a Lyft vehicle in her driveway. The Court granted the appeal and concluded that the facts of loss did not qualify as an accident. The Tribunal erred by conflating the “but for” test with the direct causation test. Entitlement to accident benefits required that the use or operation of the vehicle be a direct cause of the injuries. In this case, the car was at best ancillary to the incident. More was required than establishing that the location of the vehicle led to the incident occurring. Ice and snow was the direct cause of the injuries, which was insufficient to establish direct causation for accident benefits entitlement.