The claimant was deemed catastrophically impaired. He sought entitlement to ongoing HK expenses, and entitlement to the rent differential for a larger rental home. Adjudicator Paluch rejected both claims. While he held that the claimant suffered a substantial inability to perform housekeeping tasks, he also found that the claimant had not incurred expenses related to housekeeping and concluded that the insurer had not unreasonably withheld HK expenses. In terms of the claim for rent differential, the adjudicator noted that the claimant failed to put sufficient evidence before the Tribunal regarding his current rent, the current rental market rates, the amount the claimant received for rent from his brother, or why a larger unit was needed (as opposed to removing some of the clutter in the current unit).