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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.
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.
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.
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.
At Your Lawyers, we have been champions of consumer rights for many years, conducting group actions and individual claims relating to all kinds of consumer issues, including the major emissions issues. Read on to learn more about Your Lawyers and our pioneering work.
One of the cases we are most known for is the Volkswagen emissions group action. In late 2015, we were one of the first law firms, if not the first law firm, to begin taking VW emissions claims forward. We pride ourselves on being ahead of the curve when it comes to consumer legal issues, which is why we began investigating other carmakers with regard to potential emissions irregularities soon after the news of the Volkswagen dieselgate scandal broke.
Most of all, we believe strongly in fighting for justice that is accessible to all, which is why we are taking on eligible claimants on a No Win, No Fee basis for all of our emissions group actions. You can use our online form today to find out whether you may be eligible to claim compensation 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.
Porsche is one of several car manufacturers that is suspected of manipulating vehicles in order to cheat emissions testing. While Volkswagen is the only carmaker to have been proven to have used defeat devices in the courts in England and Wales, we are also taking on Porsche emissions compensation claims for any car owners that may have been affected by similar issues.
The fact that Volkswagen is the parent company of Porsche has undoubtedly contributed to the accusations levelled at Porsche. Even while we await a court ruling on the matter, we believe that the allegations have enough weight for us to take on Porsche claimants, and we have been doing so for a number of years.
If you are concerned that your vehicle may have been affected by emissions issues, you can use one of our online forms to find out if you might have a claim to make.
In recent years, a series of car emissions scandals have come under public scrutiny, with several car manufacturers being accused of installing so-called ‘defeat devices’ in their vehicles in order to cheat emissions tests. Understandably, those who are not as familiar with the dieselgate scandals may be asking the question: what is a defeat device, and how does it work?
Since the first issues about Volkswagen were revealed, we have initiated legal actions against several manufacturers for allegations involving dozens of car models. We have constantly kept our finger on the pulse for any further evidence or allegations regarding the use of defeat devices. We hope to dispel any confusion surrounding the allegations against car manufacturers and, more importantly, to make any affected owners aware that they may be eligible to claim compensation.
Have you been contacted by Mercedes to inform you that your vehicle is part of a recall or is in need of a software update? You could be eligible to make a legal case for Mercedes emissions issues, and we may be able to represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis.
The Car Emissions Lawyers are here to help you. Our team of expert lawyers has helped thousands of people recover millions in damages. We were appointed as a member of the Volkswagen Group Action Steering Committee conducting the litigation in the High Court of Justice, in 2018. Our lawyers are committed to helping you get the justice you deserve.
It has recently come to light that tens of thousands of people are being exposed to traffic pollution exceeding the legal limits in England. A recent report from The Times has reported on illegal road pollution, which is said to affect areas next to 101 A-roads and motorways.
Potential breaches of emissions caps are said to be occurring on the busiest roads of England’s major cities, including Derby, Nottingham, Leeds, and London, to name but a few. In particular, one gas that is a cause for concern is nitrogen dioxide. NOx has become infamous due to the dieselgate car emissions scandals of recent years, and we are representing claimants pursuing cases against a number of carmakers.
We began taking car emissions cases on as soon as the news of the Volkswagen scandal broke back in 2015, and we are now representing clients in actions against several car manufacturers. The news of alarmingly high road pollution demonstrates that these actions remain vital for the health of our population and our environment.
The dangers of NOx emissions have come to the public’s attention in recent years, not only through the car emissions scandals of recent years (beginning with the Volkswagen emissions scandal of 2015), but also due to public health news stories about city pollution.
London is often a focal point for such media attention as well.
As such, it has become more and more apparent that the dangers of NOx emissions must not be underestimated; the pollution of NOx emissions can destabilise both public health and the ecosystem of our planet. It is, therefore, vital that car manufacturers are held to account for the damage they cause if they have been manufacturing cars that can cheat emissions tests.
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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