The claimant filed a request for reconsideration arising from a decision in which the Tribunal found that his injuries fell within the MIG. Adjudicator Kaur first addressed the insurer’s motion to exclude certain documents and submissions that were included in the claimant’s request for reconsideration. Adjudicator Kaur granted the insurer’s motion. She found that the claimant was using a psychiatric report to supplement the evidence which was already before the Tribunal in an attempt to re-argue issues that had already been decided, and that the other documents and submissions did not add anything to the case substantively, were not relevant to the issues raised, or were misleading. Adjudicator Kaur dismissed the request for reconsideration on the grounds that the claimant failed to establish she acted outside of the Tribunal’s jurisdiction or violated the rules of natural justice or procedural fairness, or that the Tribunal made a significant error of law of fact such that it would have likely reached a different decision.