I said I'd post the report.
Please remember, I am well over the injuries, all almost healed and hardly a mark on my body.
I'm not sure if I should be posting stuff like this on a forum but i'm going to anyway.
I will never post any images of any gruesome bits of anything of this accident as I guess I would say this is a boundary I'd rather not cross as I would find it plain wrong.
At the end of the day this is a motorbike forum and this is all just about an accident I had on one recently.
If I have to remove it or it offends anyone, let me know and i'll delete the post.
Mr(me) 1st October 2012
1.1 This Immediate Needs Assessment is prepared under the Rehabilitation Code of Best Practice, at the joint request of Minster Law solicitors and Mr.... of LV insurance in order to carry out an initial assessment and make recommendations for the next six months. This report is not an expert report at this stage for a court, rather a review of case management intervention.
2. Background information
2.1 The injury
2.1.1 Mr (me) was hit head-on with an estimated combined impact of 93MPH whilst riding his motorbike home from work on ...........He told me he does not have any memory of the event but has shown me reports gathered by himself from various professional bodies including hospitals, emergency services, the police and witnesses
He has gathered this information over time to aid with his claim of the third party being totally responsible for the entire accident.
2.1.2 Mr (me) was given CPR at the scene almost immediately by two attending police officers.
2.1.3 Paramedics and ambulance crews arrived within minutes and were able to take over. Mr (me) regained a pulse shortly after. A helicopter was scrambled immediately.
2.1.4 Mr (me) was taken to the Barts & London hospital, He was boarded and flown by helicopter because of the serious and life threatening injuries sustained in the accident. It has been noticed by me after reading Mr (me) helicopter report he has acquired, his heart had stopped on two occasions on route to hospital. Emergency crews use what is called a window of opportunity but because of the immediate danger of loss of life it was decided to try to stabilize Mr (me) on route as full medical facilities were needed to aid surgeons in stemming the flow of blood from a severed artery in Mr (me) left leg.
Mr (me) was unaware of any of this as he was knocked unconscious at point of impact.
He was actually in a coma as stated by the hospital report.
2.1.5 He sustained multiple injuries as follows:
Acquired brain damage, traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Dislocation of left knee
Dislocation of left hand
Dislocation of left/right shoulder
Injury to neck
Dislocation of left ankle
Damaged ligaments and nerves to left leg.
Damaged ligaments to left arm/forearm.
Damaged ligaments to left wrist/hand.
Right shoulder had a previous injury diagnosed as a frozen shoulder three years before the index injury.
Impaired sensation to part of the left leg.
Soft tissue injury to the left leg.
Complications caused by nerve damage.
Nearly every part of his body from the neck down to his ankles was covered in severe bruises.
Grazing and friction burns, covering nearly 60% of his body below the neck.
Broken ribs/rib cage.
Broken left thumb.
It is not fully known at this stage what actual injuries were sustained during the accident as it is believed that some injuries were also sustained while emergency services were attending to Mr (me)
This is not a concern for this report as it is deemed all injuries are a result of the actual accident happening.
2.2 family and social background Personal to me
2.3 Accommodation Personal to me
Now please remember, i'm fine this end and over most of the above.
Just read as a report and not of someone you all have got used to on here.
I'll post the funny bits that was noticed next under the section
2.7 Activities of Daily Living
as it has still got me in stiches reading some of what the hell i've been seen doing in and around the home. The people who did this report must have me down as a complete fruitloop. If they knew me I'm sure they would know half the stuff they saw me doing is just normal for me most of the time anyway.