The claimant applied to the LAT seeking entitlement to NEBs and chiropractic services proposed in one OCF-18. Pursuant to section 36(4) of the SABS, the claimant argued that the insurer was required to pay for NEBs as a result of a failure to reply to an OCF-3 within 10 days and a failure to provide adequate medical and other reasons why it determined the claimant was not entitled to NEBs. Alternatively, the claimant argued that NEBs were payable as a result of failure to provide s. 44 reports within 10 days of receipt of the reports, as required by section 36(7) of the SABS. The insurer argued that the claimant failed to comply with section 33 requests for medical records and was not entitled to any amount for NEBs. Adjudicator Grant found that the claimant was in non-compliance with section 33, having failed to comply with all reasonable section 33 requests up to the time of the hearing, and was not entitled to payment of NEBs. Adjudicator Grant also found that the section 33 requests were made in compliance with section 36(4) of the SABS. Adjudicator Grant further found that the medical and other reasons in the s. 44 notice of examination were sufficient and the claimant failed to provide compelling evidence that the insurer was required to pay NEBs for any period of alleged s. 44 non-compliance. It was noted that the claimant attended all of the s. 44 assessments, and if there was an issue with reasons for the examination, she could have requested further information from the insurer prior to attending. The claimant was also found not to meet the complete inability test for NEBS. The claim for NEBs was dismissed, but the claimant was entitled to the chiropractic treatment.