That is aweful! I'm glad you're okay! But don't give up jumping. I was in a bad accident last June. My 16hh sorrel that I used to have was pulling his stubborn antics, and then, he just snapped. He started walking backwards, too fast, and he stumbled and fell backwards on top of me. I ride western, and the saddle horn dug into my upper thigh and pelvic bone. He got scared and jumped off (luckily my feet weren't in the stirrups). I got to my hands and knees, and felt like I was going to faint. That was the most pain and fear I had ever experienced in my life. I then became scared of horses.
I had seen people fall. I had rode the horses that threw people and I never got hurt. Needless to say, that expirence shattered my confidence, and my horse's. I sold him. I got angry, I didn't want anything more to do with him, or riding. Well, I then lost confidence in everything else. My world is built around horses, without them, I am nothing.
It has been a year and two months since that accident. I am still scared of horses every now and then, but it keeps getting better. So please, keep trucking on. I am getting over it one ride at a time.