Olivia Jackson won her legal case for on-set accident where she lost her arm

Olivia Jackson was born in Cape Town, South Africa, on August 25, 1983. Stuntwoman from Hollywood, Oliva Jackson is best recognized as an actress from South Africa. Mad Max: Fury Road, Galaxy Guards and Avengers: Ultron’s Age are her favorite films.
She was shooting a high-speed motorcycle chase on a film called ‘Resident Evil: The Final Chapter’ in which she collided into a metal camera arm. After the incident, she spent two weeks in a medically induced coma but has since been told to amputate her arm.

Olivia is in height of 5 ft. 7 inches and is a married woman. She married David Robert Grant, who is 5 ft 10 inches high in Hollywood in 2015. He is renowned for his job on Les Misérables (2012), Galaxy Guardians (2014) and Captain America: The First Avenger (2011).

Law suit against producer of Resident Evil, after losing her left arm and won the case…

Jackson sues the film’s manufacturers after suffering a “horrifying on-set accident,” her lawsuit lodged in the Superior Court of Los Angeles County notes. After a stunt went incorrect, it was necessary to amputate the left arm of Jackson.

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Olivia Jackson on interview. Source: The Independent

The South African High Court held that Bickers Action, SA, the company responsible for the camera and filming trucks, had negligently planned and conducted a stunt, which saw Jackson drive a motorbike at high speed.

“I miss my old face. I miss my old body. and I miss my old life. At least I now finally have a court judgment that proves this stunt was badly planned and that it was not my fault,” said Jackson on the court.

How much Olivia earned before massive accident

We all know about stunt woman Olivia Jackson and her beautiful stunts with bikes and fights, from her tendentious actions, Olivia has earned an estimated of $10 million before her accident in 2015. She lost her left arm and sue the producer for her loss. The producer only provided $33000 for her medical support. But it was initially believed that they would going to full support of her medical expenses.