The Your Lawyers Mercedes emissions action has been launched for owners whose vehicles may be emitting far more dangerous NOx than they should be doing.
When news of the VW scandal broke in 2015 and we took thousands of cases forward, we suspected that they may not be the only ones who needed to be investigated. Around the world, several other carmakers have faced fines, penalties, criminal cases, and consumer legal actions. Now, Mercedes (Daimler) also stands accused of using technology that may affect vehicle NOx emissions.
We are investigating the issues and we are taking claims forward for owners now on a No Win, No Fee basis.
We have been accepting Mercedes emissions compensation claims for some time now, but if you’ve yet to start a case, here’s how we can help you.
When the Volkswagen emissions scandal broke in 2015, we felt there would be other manufacturers that would also need investigating. Since then, several carmakers have been involved in legal actions and have faced criminal investigations around the world. Whilst many continue to defend themselves and state that they have done nothing wrong, we believe that there’s justification for further action.
In 2015, the Car Emissions Lawyers (that’s us) were one of the first – if not the first – to formally accept VW cases on No Win, No Fee agreements. We were also the first to pioneer High Court action in January 2016, and we were appointed to the Steering Committee for the VW action in 2018. In 2020, we’re taking new cases forward as part of the Mercedes emissions compensation action.
In one week today, the Volkswagen Group Action deadline for anyone who wants to make an emissions claim will expire. That’s the 26th October 2018.
After this deadline, claims will not be able to be added to the register without specialist permission of the court. Generally speaking, that’s incredibly hard to obtain without a very, very, very good reason.
This is, as things stand, the deadline. If you have yet to launch your claim and have it properly lodged with the court by then, you’re simply missing out.
The Dieselgate claim deadline is just two weeks away. At this late stage, anyone who has yet to claim is at risk of missing out completely.
Our phonelines have been ringing off the hook today with the Dieselgate claim deadline now just two weeks away. The deadline has been set as 26 October 2018, so unless anything changes, that’s it. After that point, you will be unable to join the class action we’re engaged in.
We’ve been saying for the past few weeks now that anyone who has yet to sign-up is already at risk of missing out. We’re now at a stage where anyone who isn’t signed-up and agreed to our Litigation Management Agreement could be at risk of losing thousands of pounds in unclaimed damages.
The Dieselgate compensation deadline is this month. Claimants must have filed their claim before 26 October 2018.
Anyone who fails to file their claim in time will simply miss out, based on how the court rules work. There’s more to it than just instructing us to act for you before the deadline. You need to have formally agreed to a Litigation management Agreement and we need to ensure we have all the information for your claim
Anyone who has yet to file their claim is now in serious danger of missing out. There are absolutely no guarantees at this late stage…
There’s now only 28 days left until the Volkswagen compensation deadline. Anyone who has yet to sign-up remains at risk of missing out.
Over the last few weeks, our legal team has been working hard to “dot the I’s” and “cross the T’s” for our Claimant Group. We need to make sure that all our claims are ready and prepared for joinder on to the formal Group Litigation order before the deadline.
This takes time and work. Anyone who has yet to sign-up is leaving it very late to avoid either missing the Volkswagen compensation deadline, or not being ready in time.
The VW court deadline to join the ‘dieselgate’ compensation action is now just 5 weeks away. If you have yet to sign-up, you’re in danger of missing out.
We’re already in the process of finalising the claims we already have, so any new claimants who have yet to join our group are at risk of missing out.
You can still sign-up, but with the deadline to join now just 5 weeks away (26 October 2018) time has almost run out. It’s not just a case of signing up either; there’s work to be done.
The deadline for the Volkswagen emissions class action in the UK will close next month. Anyone who wants to join must do so ASAP to avoid missing out.
We’ve been reminding people who have yet to claim that we really are on the final approach. The deadline is next month, and anyone who has yet to claim now is at risk of missing out entirely.
There’s work that needs to be done before the deadline comes around, so you cannot leave it until last minute without there being a risk of you missing the deadline and missing out on your chance to claim potentially thousands of pounds for Volkswagen’s emissions cheating behaviour.
Another week has flown by, and there’s now less than 50 days left to claim against Volkswagen as a victim of the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal.
If this is the first time you’re hearing about the action and what you need to do, this warning may save you from missing out on claiming potentially thousands of pounds in compensation. If you’re not aware, you need to know that you may be eligible to join a massive Group Litigation Order (GLO) action that’s currently running in the High Court of Justice for those affected by the ‘dieselgate’ scandal from 2015.
First published by Admin on August 30, 2018 in the following categories: Emissions News
The VW claim deadline is now just 8 weeks away. Anyone who has not signed-up so far and entered into a Litigation Management Agreement will be pressed for time to actively join.
As another reminder, the VW claim deadline we’re talking about that’s now just 8 weeks away is not the deadline that we will stop taking cases on. This deadline is the Court deadline which will be the final cut-off point for new Claimants to join the Group Litigation Order (GLO) – AKA Class Action – established earlier this year.
You must have signed-up and have access to our funding and insurance in advance of the deadline, or you risk missing out. It’s as simple as that.