Plunged into a coma since his terrible skiing accident on December 29, 2013, Michael Schumacher is undergoing medical treatment at his home. And the least we can say is that these are terribly expensive for the former Formula 1 star.
Years pass and Michael Schumacher’s condition does not improve. On December 29, 2013, the former Formula 1 star who made the heyday of the Ferrari team suffered a terrible skiing accident. From that moment, the German pilot was plunged into a deep coma and no one knows if he will wake up one day, almost ten years later. After being in the hospital for a very long time, the wife of Michael Schumacher, Corinna, decided to continue home care.
It must be said that the latter has been struggling for almost a decade so that her husband receives the best possible care. And, according to information from the Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport, his convalescence would cost the staggering price of … 10 million euros per year. Obviously, all the care cannot be covered by the couple’s insurance alone.
Treatment for Michael Schumacher would cost 10 million euros a year
So, to ensure that her husband continues to receive the best possible care, Corinna Schumacher had to make a drastic decision : sell several properties. This is also what she confided in during the Netflix documentary dealing with the case of the man of her life, with whom she married in 1995.
“We are doing everything we can to improve his condition so that he is comfortable. But also so that he feels the presence of the family and the bond that unites us. Whatever happens, I will always do my best.” As for Michael Schumacher’s true state of health, the information is well kept. But according to some rumors, he could be aware of his surroundings.