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news.com.au – Schumacher’s medical bill reaches $25m — December 31, 2016

news.com.au – Schumacher’s medical bill reaches $25m

Hi,

I found this article from news.com.au that you might be interested in:

http://www.news.com.au/sport/motorsport/michael-schumachers-medical-bill-reaches-nearly-25-million-since-his-skiing-accident-three-years-ago/news-story/5ad5f9fdd38593bd07a6a2c3d9d785f7

I always thought Michael Schumacher’s injury was an accident. But seeing that he went off the ski run into a rocky terrain when he had the option to avoid it totally changes my view of his accident.  He was a fool who thought he was invincible on the track, except when crossing paths with Juan Pablo Montoya in the tunnel in Monaco, and he was irresponsible when he chose to bisect the safer routes; just to enhance his ski run.  I don’t think he ended up in the rock garden by chance or mistake.  Now his family has to suffer the consequences of a foolish decision.

 

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Sponsors dump Michael Schumacher as doubts remain over F1 legend’s recovery from ski accident — March 1, 2015

Sponsors dump Michael Schumacher as doubts remain over F1 legend’s recovery from ski accident

Schumacher has reportedly lost out on millions as a result of the commercial decisions taken by some companies who no longer see him as a role model for their products.

By Allan Hall

GettyPhilippe Gaydoul
Decision: Philippe Gaydoul (left), owner of the fashion firms Navyboot and Jet Set, has publicly severed his commerical ties with Schumacher (right)

Big sponsors are beginning to sever their ties with Michael Schumacher as doubts remain over the F1 legend’s recovery for his ski accident.

Read more: http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/formula-1/sponsors-dump-michael-schumacher-doubts-4795298#rlabs=1

Michael Schumacher family’s “initial fear about whether or not he would survive is now replaced by fear of what the future will hold and what level of recovery their loved one will make.” — February 5, 2014

Michael Schumacher family’s “initial fear about whether or not he would survive is now replaced by fear of what the future will hold and what level of recovery their loved one will make.”

4 February 2014 Last updated at 19:16 ET   BBC News – Michael Schumacher: Coma challenges http://bbc.in/1aqi92k_72741666_michael_schumacher_gettyvv

While some fans are already turning to social media to celebrate unconfirmed reports that Michael Schumacher has started blinking and responding to reflex tests, his family is under immense pressure as they observe the doctors trying to communicate with him.

“Waking from a coma is not like how it is portrayed in the movies,” says Luke Griggs, spokesman for Headway, the UK’s leading charity for people living with brain injuries.

“It can be a very gradual process that can take several days or weeks. For the family, the initial fear about whether or not the individual will survive is replaced by fear of what the future will hold and what level of recovery their loved one will make.”

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