The claimant disputed entitlement to the MIG, NEBs, and various medical benefits. The claimant argued that they were entitled to payment of NEBs due to Economical’s failure to comply with the timeline under section 36(4). The insurer argued that the claimant was barred from litigating NEBs for failure to attend a scheduled IE to address the benefit. Adjudicator Mazerolle ruled that the claimant was not entitled to automatic payment of NEBs as the insurer had made a valid request under section 33 for a completed OCF-10 within 10 business days of receiving the OCF-1 and OCF-3, which extended the time to respond under section 36(4). In relation to the section 55 issue, the claimant argued that the insurer’s notice letter for the IE did not contain suitable “medical and other reasons” as set out in M.B. v Aviva. The insurer argued that the notice was the same as all other notices provided to the claimant over the course of the claim, yet there was only the one IE the claimant failed to attend. Adjudicator Mazerolle ruled in favour of the claimant, noting that the notice provided was insufficient as well as confusing to an “unsophisticated reader”. Adjudicator Mazerolle noted that even though the claimant did attend other assessments with similar notices, this did not affect the insurer’s responsibility to provide a proper notice. As such, the claimant was allowed to proceed with his claim for NEBs.