The insurer initially denied a treatment plan based on the MIG, but did not respond to it for three weeks. The insurer later acknowledged that the denial was late and offered to pay for all incurred treatment, but did not provide an explanation for the delay. The claimant sought interest on the incurred treatment and a special award for the delay. Adjudicator Hines awarded interest from 10 days after it was submitted to the insurer. She also granted a special award of 25 percent because the insurer continued to deny payment of the disputed treatment even after it acknowledged that it had failed to respond within 10 business days. Adjudicator Hines rejected the insurer’s argument that treatment had to be incurred for a special award to be granted.