Michael Schumacher “will remain an invalid for the rest of his life”, said leading medical expert Erich Riederer, The Independent reports.
The F1 racing driver emerged from his coma on 16 June, yet numerous top medical practitioners have said since that his prognosis might not be as significant as some may have thought.
“He will remain an invalid all his life and will always remain dependent on others’ help,” said neurology specialist Riederer.
He added that Schumacher will have “permanent” damage and that it will be a ”success“ if he manages to sit up unaided within the next three months and operate an electric wheelchair within six months.
However, he said that his coma awakening was still “positive.”