Movie Stars Compensation Claims - How Much Would They Get?

Are you accident-prone? I know a number of people who are and in fact, my mum herself fell down the stairs with me when I was a baby, cradling me in her arms. Maybe you crash the car on a regular basis or trip up in the street frequently, and maybe sometimes it's not your fault. 

Of course in real-life accidents and injuries like this are no laughing matter. 
If something happens to you that is no fault of your own, did you know that you may be able to claim compensation for that crash or fall?  You may be able to prove negligence in a car accident case and get money back.
In the movies falls and crashes can add to the drama or can even be funny, think of the slapstick movie moments of Laurel and Hardy where buildings fall around them or they walk into planks or the Harold Lloyd TV series, where he dangles from buildings on a regular basis. Or what about the National Lampoon films, Chevy Chase is always so accident-prone or the Home Alone films where the burglars walk into booby traps? 

Films are full of these types of characters where they are prone to numerous accidents from falls, to burns to electrocutions and car crashes. Check out this infographic below from Compare Compensation that compares compensation. It's a light-hearted look at movies and the range of accidents and if they were real, the amount these characters could claim.  The broken nose from 10 Things I Hate About You is worth £2760 and the burglars from Home Alone would have received £114,370!  That's a lot of money.

It's always worth finding out if you can get compensation and comparing sites, such as if they offer no win no fee, whether you receive a home visit, a courtesy car and more. Using a site to compare compensation is free and you are under no obligation to go through with anything from a comparison site. 

Let me know what you think of the infographic!


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