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Tom Sunderland, Featured Columnist, BleacherReport, reported an update on 2 June, 2014 -
Regarding all the false reports/accusations, that have been made and reported by the media, since Michael Schumacher tragic accident, when he crashed whilst on a low-speed ski run in the French resort of Meribel on 29 December, 2013, and has remained in a coma ever since...

Michael Schumacher: Latest Details on F1 Legend's Recovery from Skiing Accident-

Updates from Monday, April 21
Mirror reports Michael Schumacher is being sued for his involvement in the accident:
Stricken Michael is being sued by a Spanish biker who claims the F1 ace bowled him over barely weeks before the skiing accident which has left him in a coma.
The seven-times world champion, still fighting for life, is accused of knocking the motorcyclist off his bike after failing to give way at a roundabout in Bormujos near Seville.
The unnamed rider is claiming compensation for a broken wrist he suffered and damage to a watch, his clothes and his motorbike in the accident on November 17 last year.

A trial will only take place if insurers contest the claim and the 45-year-old German would not be obliged to attend.
A police accident report claims Schumacher, who was on a private visit to Spain, failed to respect his alleged victim’s right of way.
Updates from Friday, April 18
The helmet worn by Schumacher at the time of his skiing accident has been returned to his family after French authorities finished their investigation of the item.
Crucially, reports that Don Mackay AP, no suspicious activity was raised by thorough checks into the state of the damaged helmet. Mackay writes:
Authorities in France gave wife Corinna the helmet back after they declared their official investigation into the 45-year-old’s accident on December 29 last year closed.
The prosecutor in the town of Albertville, charged with the probe into Michael’s low-speed collision, ruled no third party involvement.
The helmet, which smashed into three pieces when he plunged head-first onto rocks hidden in snow on the slopes of the French Alpine resort of Meribel, has been returned to his family.
His helmet-mounted camera and the rented skis he was wearing at the time of the accident were also returned.
Updates from Tuesday, April 15
Schumacher's agent, Sabine Kehm, has expressed hope that media coverage of the F1 legend will stop once he is moved into a rehab clinic.
Positive signs continue to emerge from the hospital in which Schumacher rests, and Kehm is planning for the moment in which he can begin a new chapter of his recovery.
Quoted her saying to ARD television:
"Our plan and our desire would be that from the moment in which Michael can go into a rehab clinic, this media coverage will stop."

Updates from Monday, April 14
Michael Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm briefly updated fans on the F1 legend's status :
In the last official statement, Kehm said the great German was now showing “moments of consciousness and awakening” amid his long coma.
Now speaking to German television ARD, she revealed: “There are small improvements that make us happy and give us great encouragement.”

She stressed, however, that the 45-year-old is not only having moments of being awake, but also being ‘conscious’.
Kehm explained that the latter is, “perhaps in a very limited form, being able to interact with the environment”.
Updates from Thursday, April 10
Jean Alesi, former F1 star and friend of Schumacher and his family, has revealed he spotted encouraging signs upon his last visit to see the German.
The Mirror quotes Alesi saying:
During my last visit I noticed something had improved.
I felt a relief among his family, a great happiness at how things were developing. That is brilliant - even if the road back is still a long one.
Updates from Sunday, April 6's Staff provides a statement from Michael Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm discussing the F1 legend's health status:
Michael Schumacher is making eye-contact and responding to voices, according to the very latest media reports.
Earlier, after a worrying three-month long coma, the F1 legend's manager Sabine Kehm revealed that Schumacher is now having "moments of consciousness and awakening".
Updates from Friday, April 4
The agent of Schumacher, Sabine Kehm, delivered a significant update on Friday, reported by Eurosport:
Mercedes sent a message of support for the German on Friday:

Updates from Thursday, April 3
Schumacher's agent delivered a cautiously optimistic update on Thursday, insisting the family still has hope he will make a recovery.

The last official update to Schumacher's website came from his family, who declared the F1 legend "will not give up," and that they continue to receive the prayers of the sporting world for his recovery.

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