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We are investigating and taking on claims for a proposed Jeep emissions compensation action following accusations of emissions fraud against the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) group. FCA, a parent company of the Jeep brand, is alleged to have cheated emissions testing, which could be by means of illicit defeat devices, although the carmaker strongly denies any wrongdoing at all.
The allegations against Jeep are similar to those made against a number of car manufacturers, all of which emerged after the news of Volkswagen “dieselgate” scandal that was first reported in 2015. It was discovered that Volkswagen was suspected of using defeat device technology to disguise the emissions output of their diesel vehicles, meaning they were producing much more NOx emissions than regulatory limits allowed.
Your Lawyers has played a key role in the Volkswagen NOx emissions litigation. We were one of the first firms to formally take on compensation claims for clients, and we were later appointed to the Steering Committee responsible for managing the Group Litigation Order (GLO) on behalf of the claimants. Now, we are seeking to achieve justice for clients who may have been affected by the actions of over a dozen car manufacturers. Anyone who owns or previously owned an affected Jeep vehicle could receive thousands of pounds in compensation if they make a claim.
As a brand owned by the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group, Alfa Romeo has fallen under suspicion regarding the potential use of illegal defeat devices in its vehicles. Although the specific models have yet to be fully identified, it is believed that hundreds of thousands of FCA vehicles may have been affected by emissions irregularities. We are taking on Alfa Romeo emissions compensation claims on the basis of the current allegations of alleged deceitful practices.
The ‘dieselgate’ scandal first shook the world in 2015, when Volkswagen came under fire for the alleged use of illegal defeat devices, installed in the manufacturers to allow them to cheat emissions tests. As a result of our pioneering work, Volkswagen has now had a finding against it in the High Court of England and Wales.
We are now working tirelessly to ensure that as many affected vehicle owners as possible have a chance to claim the compensation that they deserve. If you own or have previously owned a potentially affected Alfa Romeo model, you may be able to join our action to fight for justice. They, as with other carmakers, deny that they have done anything wrong.
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.
Among several other car manufacturers, the Car Emissions Lawyers is investigating allegations that put the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) group in the line of fire over the suspected use of defeat device technology. Defeat devices are so named for their purpose of overcoming and cheating emissions tests, potentially allowing vehicles to break EU emissions regulations unnoticed. Any car owners affected by emissions irregularities could be eligible to make Fiat Chrysler emissions claims.
With accusations circulating on an international level, we saw fit to launch a group action against Fiat Chrysler on the basis that they may have deceived owners upon the purchase of their vehicle. If you are an affected owner, you could be entitled to thousands of pounds in compensation, and you can use our online form to confirm your eligibility.
As it stands, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) refute that they have done anything wrong, and we continue to investigate the allegations that they face.
The Car Emissions Lawyers are representing eligible owners for Fiat Chrysler emissions compensation claims who have come forward and started their case.
For some, it is estimated that eligible victims could claim up to the full purchase price of their vehicle under CPUT (Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading 2008) regulations.
Legal precedents mean that some victims could receive up to 100% purchase price of their vehicle if the manufacturer has engaged in ‘very serious’ prohibitive practices. That means victims could receive tens of thousands of pounds, depending on the make and model of their vehicle. Presently, the carmaker denies that they have done anything wrong, so the action we are taking is to find out whether or not there has been any behaviour that amounts to cheating emissions regulations or not.
If you are looking for representation for emissions problems related to Fiat, Jaguar Land Rover, Mercedes, Nissan Renault, Porsche and many others you can go to the following advice pages to find out more:
FIAT CHRYSLER OWNERS WITH EMISSIONS ISSUES CAN CLAIM NO WIN NO FEE. CLICK NOW TO FIND OUT MORE.
WE'RE INVESTIGATING THE JAGUAR LAND ROVER CO2 EMISSIONS ISSUES. CLICK NOW TO FIND OUT MORE.
TENS OF THOUSANDS OF UK MERCEDES-BENZ CUSTOMERS COULD BE ELIGIBLE TO CLAIM THOUSANDS OF POUNDS IN COMPENSATION.
UK NISSAN RENAULT CONSUMERS MAY BE ELGIBLE FOR NO WIN, NO FEE COMPENSATION. CLICK NOW TO FIND OUT MORE.
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