Lucas v Diaz / Equity Red Star


Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Mrs Justice Lang approved settlement of the Claimant’s claim on a provisional damages basis for £3m plus an indemnity (worth up to €780,000) in respect of any liability for tax in Spain on the award of loss of earnings.

Led by Frank Burton QC represented Spanish national injured in RTA whilst working in the UK. Claimant suffered severe head injury resulting in Organic Personality Disorder and returned to live with his family in Spain. Consideration of the cost of care in Spain and whether the Discount Rate should be disapplied because C’s damages would not be invested in the U.K.

Related Barristers

Richard Wilkinson

Richard Wilkinson
Year of Call: 1992

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