First published by Admin on June 09, 2021 in the following categories: BMW Emissions Claims Diesel Emissions Claims Emissions News Group Action NOx and tagged with BMW Emissions Compensation | BMW recall | defeat devices | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | join action | make claim
Ever since the Volkswagen “dieselgate” scandal first emerged in 2015, we have been investigating allegations of emissions cheating made against a number of car manufacturers. BMW is one of the latest names to be added to our list, and is believed to be associated with the Volkswagen emissions scandal, as BMW is alleged to have colluded with Daimler and Volkswagen in order to restrict the emission controls in their diesel vehicles. Following fines and recalls in Germany, we believe that the allegations have enough weight for us to take on BMW emissions compensation claims.
Like other carmakers, BMW denies that they have done anything wrong and, at this stage, we are investigating allegations.
With our unique experience in emissions litigation, we are expanding claims to include a number of other manufacturers, including Ford, Vauxhall and Mitsubishi. We are determined to make sure that as many affected owners can access the compensation they might be entitled to, so you can register your details today to find out whether your vehicle may have been affected.
First published by Admin on June 02, 2021 in the following categories: Diesel Emissions Claims Emissions News Group Action Nissan Emissions Scandal NOx and tagged with claim now | class action | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | group action | join action | make claim | nissan
Nissan, alongside associated brand Renault, is currently the subject of investigations into the alleged use of defeat devices in its vehicles. The allegations, born in the wake of the Volkswagen “dieselgate” scandal, concern the debate over whether or not Nissan has used illegal defeat device technology to disguise its vehicles’ non-compliance with emissions regulations. If it is confirmed that customers were deceived regarding the emissions output of their vehicles, they may be able to make Nissan emissions compensation claims.
After a court case in which we played a key role in, Volkswagen was found to have been using illegal defeat devices to cheat emissions tests. The allegations of deceitful emissions practices now spread widely across the car manufacturing industry, and while they have yet to all be proven, we are determined to ensure that all suspected manufacturers are thoroughly scrutinised in order to root out any wrongdoing.
Nissan, as other carmakers are doing, strongly deny that they have done anything wrong. Our investigations will determine if this is the case or not.
The sequence of car emissions scandals over recent years has shook the world, provoking significant distrust towards the global car manufacturing industry. Group actions have been launched in numerous countries against several notable car manufacturers, including Volkswagen, Jaguar Land Rover, and Mercedes. Millions of pounds in emissions compensation pay-outs have already been won for some carmakers around the globe, and we continue to pursue cases here in the UK.
Carmakers in the UK are refuting that they have done anything wrong. Our investigations should determine if this is the case or not.
If you own or have previously owned a vehicle alleged to contain a ‘defeat device’, a function that could allow vehicles to cheat emissions tests, you may be able to claim compensation for being mis-sold the vehicle. We understand that it can be shocking to learn you have been driving a car producing excessive amounts of harmful NOx, but we are here to help.
First published by Admin on May 19, 2021 in the following categories: Diesel Emissions Claims Emissions News Group Action NOx and tagged with defeat devices | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | join action | make claim
As one of the first firms to take on Volkswagen diesel emissions claims, we have been investigating diesel emissions claims ever since 2015.
The dieselgate scandal was born when Volkswagen was accused of using illegal defeat devices to cheat emissions tests and, soon after, a number of other carmakers came under suspicion regarding their alleged breach of regulatory limits on emissions outputs also. As the allegations begin to extend wider across the car manufacturing industry, we have recently begun even more emissions investigations into several other carmakers.
Beyond the potential environmental and health implications, this is also a severe consumer issue as there may have been many breaches of consumer law on an unprecedented industry scale. If it is found that you were deceived when it comes to the emissions output of your vehicle, you may be able to recover thousands of pounds in compensation by making an emissions claim.
Following the Volkswagen “dieselgate” scandal that first emerged in 2015, the dangers of emissions produced by vehicles have been brought to the public’s attention more.
The initial allegations that Volkswagen had been cheating emissions tests so that vehicles may have been producing more toxic pollutants than first thought was shocking. Volkswagen’s use of so-called defeat devices has since been proven, meaning that millions of vehicles may be producing Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions in volumes that far exceed regulatory limits.
As one of the first law firms to bring consumer claims against Volkswagen in the litigation against the company, we now want to ensure that the practice of cheating emissions tests is completely eradicated from the car manufacturing industry. We have launched several group actions against many car manufacturers who are also suspected of unlawful emissions practices. If you think your vehicle may have been affected, you can check if you are eligible to claim via our online form today.
First published by Admin on May 05, 2021 in the following categories: Emissions News Group Action Mercedes NOx and tagged with claim now | class action | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | group action | Mercedes | Mercedes recall | no win no fee
Following the High Court ruling that Volkswagen impacted emissions testing by using defeat devices in vehicles, we are investigating allegations against other car manufacturers. Our Mercedes emissions case is an important one, as the carmaker is also implicated in the emissions scandals of recent years.
We have already taken on many claims for the customers who may have been affected by the alleged emissions irregularities. As things stand, the carmaker denies that they have done anything wrong at all.
It is alleged that Mercedes may also have cheated emissions tests, with the potential cost being the excessive production of NOx emissions. If you own, or have owned, one of the affected vehicles, you may be eligible to make a compensation claim. We are determined to ensure that all the emissions allegations are thoroughly investigated and that any guilty manufacturers are held to account for any alleged deceitful practices that are found to have taken place.
First published by Admin on April 28, 2021 in the following categories: Emissions News Group Action NOx and tagged with claim now | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | make claim
We have known for years that the transport industry is one of the biggest contributors to air pollution in the world. However, studies have only recently started to take account of the potential real cost of releasing toxic emissions into the atmosphere. Since the ‘dieselgate’ scandal emerged in 2015, we have been faced with the problem that many diesel vehicles may have been producing even larger volumes of harmful gases than was first thought. As a result, air quality in the UK may have become even poorer due to the alleged actions of car manufacturers.
We were one of the first, if not the first, firms to bring claims against Volkswagen in 2015, and we were the first to issue High Court action in England and Wales in January 2016. We now want to ensure that other suspected car manufacturers are held to account for alleged excessive pollution that they may have caused.
Those who think that they may own, or may have previously owned, an affected vehicle can go to our online form to confirm their eligibility and get their claims started now.
First published by Admin on April 21, 2021 in the following categories: Fiat Chrysler Emissions Group Action Jaguar Landrover Mercedes Nissan Emissions Scandal Renault Emissions Scandal and tagged with claim now | class action | compensation | daimler | defeat devices | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fiat chrysler | fuel emissions | group action | join action | make claim | Mercedes | nissan | porsche | renault
As specialists in group actions, we often represent tens, hundreds, or thousands of claimants in the same lawsuit. We can bring group actions when multiple claimants are affected by the same breach of their rights, such as when they owned a car affected by emissions irregularities. When we believe that a group action is large and strong enough to be better managed and formally recognised with the court, we can apply for a GLO, as was done in the case of our Volkswagen emissions group action.
But what is a GLO? In short, GLO stands for Group Litigation Order, and is the term often used for formally recognised group actions here in England and Wales. As a claimant, you don’t need to know all the ins and outs of the legal terminology, but it is important to know how you can register for a GLO and what this means for your claim.
We make it as easy as possible for our clients to register their claims – you can use our online form today to check your eligibility for a car emissions claim quickly now.
First published by Admin on April 14, 2021 in the following categories: CPUT Damages Emissions News Group Action NOx Porsche Emissions and tagged with class action | compensation | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | join action | make claim | porsche
Having led the way in taking on emissions claims against Volkswagen in the High Court in January 2016, we have been representing many people for Porsche emissions claims for several years.
The Porsche cases are in response to allegations that Porsche may also have engaged in the use of illicit defeat devices, something that they continue to deny. As the Volkswagen Group owns Porsche, we were quick to widen our investigation to include Porsche shortly after the launch of ‘dieselgate’ action after news of the scandal shook the vehicle manufacturing industry in 2015.
Our Porsche emissions group action has been live for a number of years, and we want to reach out to more affected owners who have yet to claim. We do not want anyone to miss out on the opportunity to recover compensation.
First published by Admin on April 07, 2021 in the following categories: CPUT Damages Emissions News Group Action Jaguar Landrover and tagged with class action | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | Jaguar Landrover
Jaguar Land Rover is one of several carmakers we are taking investigative action against over allegations of emissions irregularities. It has been alleged that carmakers including Mercedes, Nissan & Renault and Jaguar Land Rover may not be conforming to emissions regulations and could, therefore, be in breach of the law. If you own or lease, or have owned or leased, a potentially affected vehicle, you could be eligible to make a Jaguar Land Rover emissions claim.
It is understood that tens of thousands of vehicles might be affected by the alleged Jaguar Land Rover emissions issues. In the wake of the Volkswagen “dieselgate” scandal of 2015, which led to the High Court ruling that Volkswagen had installed illegal defeat device technology in vehicles in the UK, we are concerned that other carmakers may be guilty of wrongdoing as well.
You can sign up to join any of our many emissions group actions today if you have been affected. Together, we can seek the compensation that you deserve in the event that the allegations against carmakers are proven to be true.