A fitness trainer from Northamptonshire is preparing to launch a GBP 300,000 claim for injury compensation after she was left paralysed on a winter sports holiday.
Emma Moore, who was 37 at the time, was injured on a snowmobile trip at Paradiso Passo Tonale, Italy in January 2007, the Northampton Chronicle reports.
She was taken to a ski-doo garage operated by Adriano Tantera as part of a winter sports holiday operated by Inghams Travel.
However, Mrs Moore claims the instructions she was given were "very brief and wholly inadequate" and took place outside in the dark, contributing to her accident.
She has now launched a GBP 300,000 injury compensation claim against the holiday company, which has insisted that any blame lies with Mr Tantera.
A 66-year-old woman left fighting for her life after biting into a poisonous worm in her hotel dinner recently won a record GBP 240,000 injury compensation payout from First Choice.