The claimant sought entitlement to ongoing IRBs and two medical benefits. The insurer argued that the claimant was not credible, and that her impairments were caused by other health issues and second motor vehicle accident. Adjudicator Neilson found the claimant to be a poor historian who consistently exaggerated her complaints. She concluded that the claimant did not suffer a substantial inability to engage in her pre-accident employment as a result of the accident, and that her reported impairments were caused by things and events other than the subject accident (she also did not meet the complete inability test). The claim for psychological treatment was dismissed; further chiropractic treatment was awarded based on it providing pain relief at the time it was proposed. Adjudicator Neilson also dealt with a number of preliminary motions, in which she ordered: the insurer’s witnesses would not be excluded for failure to produce the full IE file; the claimant’s treating OT and psychologist could not testify as experts, but rather as treating practitioners; that the claimant could call the adjuster as a witness; and that the claimant could refer to and rely upon psychological testing data that was served late.