Michael Schumacher’s family lawyer has revealed why the family has still not published a “final health report” on the Formula One star nearly a decade after he was put into a medically induced coma.

Michael Schumacher’s family lawyer has revealed why there has still been no final update on the Formula 1 star’s medical condition nearly a decade after his ski resort accident.

Indeed, in December 2013. Schumacher was involved in a skiing accident that put him in a medically induced coma. A few months later, he was moved to his family home on Lake Geneva, where his condition was kept top secret.

And now a lawyer for the Schumacher family has explained why it has been kept quiet. Speaking to German publication LTO, Felix Damm said: ” It has always been about protecting personal belongings.

” Of course, we have discussed how this is possible. Among other things, we considered whether the final report on Michael’s health could be correct.” “But it wouldn’t have ended there, and we would have had to keep updating the ‘water level reports.’ Because, as victims, you can’t put an end to the media.

“They can pick up such reports repeatedly and ask, ‘What does it look like now?’ It will be one, two, three months, or a year after the report.’ In that case, if we wanted to take action against such a report, we would have to face an argument about the voluntariness of self-disclosure.”

However, people close to Schumacher have occasionally spoken out about his condition. For example, former Ferrari boss Jean Todt said the 54-year-old racer was in “the best hands … surrounded by people who love him.”

While his brother Ralf Schumacher recently said: ” Unfortunately, sometimes life is unfair. You have to come to terms with that. As soon as I see his children, Gina-Maria and Mick, my heart smiles. If any family member comes to me for advice, I will be there for them. They are making their way.”

It should be noted that December marks the 10th anniversary of the skiing accident. At the same time, Felix Damm added: “I believe that most fans can relate to it normally. I also respect that the accident set a process in which private asylum is necessary and will now be respected.”