Deadline to join the Volkswagen Emission “DieselGate” action fast approaching!
The deadline is set by the court, but we can tell you now that the deadline is likely to be set in the next few months.
This means that, if you have yet to start your Volkswagen Emissions Claim and you’re serious about making a claim, you need to get started now.
It’s easy to join and we are helping people on a No Win, No Fee basis. For these types of actions, you don’t need to do a lot as we will do all the legal work for you.
Read on for more KEY advice.
The date for the deadline
We should soon be able to confirm exactly when it will be. We should be able to do this after the next big hearing, which is set for next week.
However, what we can say is that the deadline is likely to be set by the court to be in the next few months. Time is therefore very short.
When should I start my VW Emissions claim?
We’re working on a No Win, No Fee basis, so what do you have to lose?
The case and the way claims are being pursued has already changed numerous times over the last two years… we’ve been fighting for victims since the news of emissions scandal broke so, to avoid any problems, you should claim now if you’re serious about being involved in the dieselgate action.
What if I miss the deadline?
Based on previous actions we’ve been involved in, if you miss the deadline to join an action, you’ll be unable to benefit from any of the outcomes in the litigation.
If you try and join after the deadline, the judge will normally refuse unless you have a very, very, very good reason. Unfortunately, “not knowing about it” is not an excuse that’s usually accepted.
Deadlines are there for a reason. Missing a court deadline is usually a massive issue, and not one we can just resolve.
Do I have to do much?
Not usually in a case of this nature. Normally, we do all the legwork and you provide us with information here and there when required.
We keep our clients updated as to the progress of things as well.
Is it worth it?
We strongly believe VW should be punished for what they’ve done.
The human and environmental impact of the scandal has been massive. We also believe consumers should be compensated, and legislation could allow the recovery of thousands of pounds in damages, or even up to one hundred percent of the purchase price of the vehicle.
We say it’s definitely worth it!
IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.