After being kept in an induced coma, Brokie was forced to have half of his skull removed, which has since left him with "persistent cognitive symptoms".
Doctors said he was "a walking miracle."
\u201cA man from #Reading has been described by doctors as 'a walking miracle' after recovering from an horrific head injury.\n\nMike Brockie had to have half of his skull removed after he fell and hit his head eight months ago.\n\nMore: https://t.co/9J4nOPbzed\n@OxHospCharity @OUHospitals\u201d
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Court documents seen by the Financial Times said employees were encouraged to drink at every bar they visited. After allegedly facing "very heavy pressure" from management to attend the night out, workers were handed scorecards to note how many sips it took to finish a drink.
The man from Reading said he drank so much that he blacked out and was found lying in the street.
PwC stopped the event after seven years, after Brokie's life-changing injuries, according to the court documents.
A spokesperson for PwC told the Financial Times: "We are unable to comment on the specifics of a matter that is subject to ongoing legal proceedings."
PwC is yet to file a defence in the case.
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