The claimant appealed the Tribunal’s denial of a chiropractic treatment plan, arguing that the adjudicator’s failure to refer to a specific medicolegal report suggested the lack of procedural fairness or denial of natural justice. The Divisional Court dismissed the appeal. The Court concluded that the Tribunal’s reasons demonstrated that the initial decision and reconsideration decision were fair. The reasons demonstrated that the Tribunal had engaged with the claimant’s argument and explained why the Tribunal disagreed with the claimant’s position. The Court explained that an adjudicator is not required to refer to every piece of evidence before him or her; procedural fairness does not require that every argument be the subject of a line of analysis or that every aspect of the evidence be commented upon.