‘The accident broke dozens of my bones, but life is still sweet’

10 years later I realize one thing: Life is precious: Moore (Susannah Ireland

The accident broke dozens of my bones, but life is still sweet’ In 2011, Jim Moore’s bicycle collided with a truck and got stuck in its tires. A decade later, the memories of that dreadful day are still vividly etched in his mind. Jim Moore Sunday 21 February 2021 14:00 facebook sharing buttonsharethis sharing button 10 years later I realize one thing: Life is precious: Moore (Susannah Ireland / The Independent) That’s when we got to the sixth season of the TV show The Supernatural Box, and I unwittingly got through the time machine last year, which for me was the first cause of fear due to Cowade and the rest of the year 2020. 
Dar spent the holidays. The episode begins with Tony, the New Jersey gangster and the character directed by James Gandolphini on TV, who was shot by his uncle at the end of the fifth season and is now in a life-and-death struggle in hospital. 
Are They are surrounded by tubes lying on a ventilator in the ICU, just like they were once in the Royal London Hospital. I had an accident with a truck loaded with cement instead of Uncle Jr.’s bullet. The truck hit my bicycle and when I stopped I was stuck in its tires. It is thanks to the urgent medical aid of the London Air Ambulance and the courageous operations at the hospital that I am still alive 10 years later. In the helicopter, the doctor told me that he was one of the worst survivors of all the wounded he had treated. 
 My wife asked me, ‘Do you really want to see this?’ It was clear from the look on her face that she was saying, “You shouldn’t look.” After helping me cope with the deep psychological trauma of the physical problems I still feel, she now often perceives better dangers than I do. 
 I replied, ‘I’m sure there will be no problem. I have had over 50 (I think) sessions with a psychiatrist. I’m a little kid. I can face it. I should have obeyed them. After a few minutes, all I could do was watch and play on the iPad. My heart beat faster. I stopped breathing and started walking. Tony’s delirium could easily be seen in part of the story. ‘The Supernos’ is great in my opinion, but I had to look critically at how accurately it reflects the post-operative mental disorder. 
I mean the unrealistic dreamy state created by drugs in the disease that a person experiences during a coma. These dreams are very clear. It took me many years to distinguish between real life events buried in memory and the memory created by the subconscious while fighting death. Sometimes I get frustrated when they turn out to be unreal. 
The memory of a former colleague kicking a former relative in the back was so amusing that I wanted to make it part of my memory. But those memories could be as bitter or bizarre as the misrepresentation of Tony in the play and the encounter with enemies at a Las Vegas hotel. It was unbearable for me to see the character going through the struggle of life and death and the grief-stricken family around him. 
Just stubbornness forced me to leave it at that. But we agreed that I would not see such places in later episodes. My wife would watch and tell me the summary of the story and I would add it from Wikipedia before watching the next episode ‘The accident broke dozens of my bones, but life is still sweet’ In 2011, Jim Moore’s bicycle collided with a truck and got stuck in its tires. 
A decade later, the memories of that dreadful day are still vividly etched in his mind. Jim Moore Sunday 21 February 2021 14:00 sharethis sharing button 10 years later I realize one thing: Life is precious: Moore (Susannah Ireland / The Independent) That’s when we got to the sixth season of the TV show The Supernatural Box, and I unwittingly got through the time machine last year, which for me was the first cause of fear due to Cowade and the rest of the year 2020. Dar spent the holidays. 
 The episode begins with Tony, the New Jersey gangster and the character directed by James Gandolphini on TV, who was shot by his uncle at the end of the fifth season and is now in a life-and-death struggle in hospital. Are They are surrounded by tubes lying on a ventilator in the ICU, just like they were once in the Royal London Hospital. I had an accident with a truck loaded with cement instead of Uncle Jr.’s bullet. 
The truck hit my bicycle and when I stopped I was stuck in its tires. It is thanks to the urgent medical aid of the London Air Ambulance and the courageous operations at the hospital that I am still alive 10 years later. In the helicopter, the doctor told me that he was one of the worst survivors of all the wounded he had treated. 
 My wife asked me, ‘Do you really want to see this?’ It was clear from the look on her face that she was saying, “You shouldn’t look.” After helping me cope with the deep psychological trauma of the physical problems I still feel, she now often perceives better dangers than I do. I replied, ‘I’m sure there will be no problem. I have had over 50 (I think) sessions with a psychiatrist. I’m a little kid. I can face it. 
I should have obeyed them. After a few minutes, all I could do was watch and play on the iPad. My heart beat faster. I stopped breathing and started walking. Tony’s delirium could easily be seen in part of the story. ‘The Supernos’ is great in my opinion, but I had to look critically at how accurately it reflects the post-operative mental disorder. 
I mean the unrealistic dreamy state created by drugs in the disease that a person experiences during a coma. These dreams are very clear. It took me many years to distinguish between real life events buried in memory and the memory created by the subconscious while fighting death. Sometimes I get frustrated when they turn out to be unreal. The memory of a former colleague kicking a former relative in the back was so amusing that I wanted to make it part of my memory. But those memories could be as bitter or bizarre as the misrepresentation of Tony in the play and the encounter with enemies at a Las Vegas hotel. It was unbearable for me to see the character going through the struggle of life and death and the grief-stricken family around him. 
Just stubbornness forced me to leave it at that. But we agreed that I would not see such places in later episodes. My wife would watch and tell me the summary of the story and I would add it from Wikipedia before watching the next episode. 
 

The part of the TV show Da Supernos that provokes Moore (HBO)

The part of the TV show Da Supernos that provokes Moore (HBO) Definitely I need more sessions with a psychiatrist. Of course, the experience of escaping death returns with such intensity as to be the result of any right or wrong step, and it seems that it will remain so. 
Memories of that terrible day still seem surprisingly real today. Even for a long period of a decade, it could not dim the image. The truth is that real memories are not all that terrible, unlike the memories produced by the delusional state. 
One of the fondest memories I had was of being the father of a healthy baby girl who was visited by Wipes Cross Hospital during the ICU, who is now a 10-year-old cheerleader and the beacon of my life. But mostly those are nasty memories. 
 A decade after the accident, it seems that my work has been going well for The Independent since the first post on this experience after escaping death. Just as a lot of the world today is working from home, I am already working from home due to transportation problems after the accident. Fortunately, I have an employee who is ready to make the necessary arrangements for my job. 
 After a collision with a truck, I suffered the following injuries: a hole in my lung, a hip bone split in two, blood clots, left arm bone fracture, multiple rib fractures, left arm fracture It is now several inches shorter than the right arm, with a broken clavicle, a broken toe, a brain injury and a broken back. My spine was safe (wow) but my sciatic nerve was cut (ah). 
It is possible to get rid of the second problem. But I could not recover. Most of the skin on the face was scratched. For some reason new skin did not come and by summer my face became two-colored. Writing all this is also worthwhile because I had the experience of going straight to Covid 19 in 2020. 
It made me very sick and it was the worst mishap since the accident but it didn’t touch me as closely as a truck when my story was about to end. 
 More than 100,000 British citizens lost their lives to the scourge, but I don’t see the number of people whose bodies are affected by the corona and no longer work as well as they used to. According to the American Center for Disease Control, heart disease such as heart muscle inflammation, respiratory problems, severe kidney problems, headaches, muscle aches, depression and fatigue are among the long-term diseases. All of these things can lead to significant disability. 
 Getting used to a body that doesn’t work as well as before is a very difficult step, and so is physiotherapy. But even worse is to accustom yourself to a society that doesn’t work for you the way it does for others, and leaves you with more and more confusion and at least you’re below the human level. And considers himself a second-class citizen. 
 I use medicine to reduce the severity of chronic pain. I have medications that reduce the severity of lifelong chronic pain. I go to the Royal National Orthopedic Hospital every few months to refill the chili juice in my right foot. It is very painful. But what to do? Neuropathic pain is just as painful as ten thousand naughty children in the form of Boris Johnson or Donald Trump are biting me with hot needles. 
 Chili treatment does not eliminate the pain but it does allow me to tolerate socks for an hour or two. But none of that matters much to the office staff, and the planning and exit required to get out of the house and the need to fill out a blue card form add to my frustration and insecurity. The thought kept haunting me that I used to go around writing and reporting but now I am confined to the door. 
If you are disabled and distrustful of your abilities, the crisis becomes more acute. I constantly breathe in an atmosphere of fear, a feeling that I will wake up tomorrow morning and watch Netflix’s Dystopian TV show. 
 Pause for a moment and think, “Aren’t we already at this stage?” There are a lot of people who are passengers on the same boat, they just need to be announced. Charity schemes such as disability rights in the UK can have very bad effects. 
These people should be given access to treatment. I think this is a difficult thing given the problems that the National Health Service is facing in recent times. In that sense, I was lucky. The situation was much better then. He did not face a decade of financial problems then. 
 It wasn’t long after the accident that I found good lawyers like Kevin O’Sullivan, whose firm, Legal Cycle, specializes in cases like mine. It helped me a lot. Under the rehabilitation program, I was provided with an excellent wheelchair, office equipment such as a chair suitable for a torn body, and a psychiatrist. The legal battle inevitably made my situation worse. 
It was a long and arduous process that once again reinforced my prejudices against the insurance industry. But in the end, the gambling experience helped me a lot. We did not negotiate directly for a settlement. The talks took place in the office of an insurance lawyer. Our opponents were in one room while we were in the other. 
Our esteemed lawyers continued to communicate until the two groups agreed. I did not agree to a deal without a reasonable amount of money and during the talks I was confident that I would not shy away from going to court otherwise. 
Most people do this because the pressure of such cases is very high. Eventually the matter was settled amicably. Representatives from the other side also congratulated me. It is true that I was in the air at that time. 
 Now let’s talk about what I came to: People injured in an accident are entitled to regular compensation. His lawyers are not doing everything just for the sake of money. The system should be simple for people and easy to get out of trouble. It is well known in Britain that the culture of compensation is a common epidemic here. It is not. With limited resources, people have to fight long battles against big organizations for their rights. They need strong commitment to continue this struggle. 
That shouldn’t be the case, but it is because the government pays a lot of attention to insurance companies and their propaganda, and so does the media. The other day an office colleague asked me if I could talk to a friend about all this long process. His father had a similar tragic accident, although the injuries he suffered were of a different kind (for example, the effects on a cyclist’s body after he was hit by a bad driver’s car. It was a disappointing experience). 
They wanted to know what to do next. The answer caused an interesting dilemma. First of all I told them to remember one short but important thing that it is not limited to their caste. It also involves the huge amount of money of their loved ones whether they are ready to spend it immediately or not. It is not just a matter of one person. 
 Prolonged sleep and mood disorders are common among people who have suffered from various traumas. Accidental trauma can lead to long-term problems. This is followed by a period of psychological trauma and a period of adjustment to the new reality in which one has to prepare oneself to live without lost limbs. Realizing that the way I used to live is no longer possible is a very painful thing. In the same way, taking too much care of friends and family can lead to anger, even if they have good intentions. 
 It took a while for my wife and I to get along. For me, sometimes I need help because of how much I need it. Even now I still make the same mistake as I did in the last few days due to the same mistake and one more bone was broken (this time of the left foot). Disappointment is often in your breath when you have had a life-changing accident. 
Anger keeps making noise inside you. I was shocked to hear that my daughter’s school staff shunned me. It’s not that I was harsh or harsh as some parents are (I tested myself). So am I scary, irritable and irritable? As always, my wife saved me from falling apart. She seemed to know better than I did. “My attitude was not aggressive and I never bothered him,” he explained. On the contrary, it seems that my defensive attitude made me stand out in the public eye. 
 When you often hear things like ‘No,’ ‘How can this work be done’ and ‘Look at it and look at its responsibility’, you become extremely sensitive. This is not just heard from the office staff. Even when I push a wheelchair in the park, I hear people say, ‘You must have a bell with you’ or ‘Does it have brakes or not?’ Sometimes I respond by pointing my middle finger. This is a childish act. I know I shouldn’t do that. But it makes me happy. Unfortunately, such a response is not possible in offices. 
You need to learn to keep calm and make a strong commitment, the ability to persevere in the face of denial in response, the urge to keep ringing the doorbell until the answer is received, and sometimes if the door closes in front of you. Even if you do, you are encouraged to continue this process even after that. Even when anger is hard to bear, keep it under control. Ultimately they will have to do your job, they will have to do what they are doing to get rid of you. 
 You will need some helpers to share your burden. That’s the way to become successful in life. You can succeed. As a family, we now face a competition from the Red Bridge Council to get an education health and social care plan for our autistic son who seems determined to find an excuse to refuse. Denial, denial, denial. 
We also know how to extract ghee with a crooked finger. The council will realize that we are not going to shy away. We know the ins and outs of this game. We live in an age where there is no such thing as shame. But I have learned over the last ten years that there is nothing more shameless and obscene than the British government’s claim that we are the world’s top country in terms of disability rights. It is not. 
His record is very poor. However, looking at the poor people behind this poor record, in spite of my disturbing dreams and suffering, I have come to the conclusion in ten years that life is a very precious thing. It often tastes so sweet that all the bitterness disappears