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.
The Volkswagen court deadline is now just two months away, with the 26 October 2018 deadline now being two months away to the day.
A lot of our recent publications on our site here and in the various news articles we’re featured in have been focused specifically on the Volkswagen court deadline and its importance. The closer we get to the deadline, the closer we are to closing our books for new claims. Our own deadline for book closure is imminent, so if you have yet to start your claim, you must act now.
Here’s what you need to know.
We are now less than 70 days until the Volkswagen compensation cut-off deadline. That’s less than 70 days to be fully signed-up and in on the action.
The cut-off for people joining Claimant Groups are set to end before the official court deadline which is the one that’s now less than 70 days from expiring. The court deadline is the deadline for you to be in on the action, and there’s work to be done before you can register on the action. Although it’s less than 70 days until the Volkswagen compensation cut-off deadline, you have far less time to sign-up and get your case started.
There really is now very little time to act!
We’re now less than 80 days until the VW group action deadline. It’s fast approaching, and the clock for those who have yet to join is ticking.
Anyone who has still yet to launch their claim absolutely must do so before the VW group action deadline passes by. We won’t be taking on cases at the last minute either as we need to make sure that the tens of thousands in the action who have already signed up are fully prepared in terms of their cases and the information we need.
The deadline for claim acceptance will fall before the cut-imposed deadline. You MUST ACT NOW to avoid missing out.
It’s August. This means we’re now two months away from the VW Group Action deadline that falls in October this year.
For anyone who has yet to start their claim for compensation against VW as a victim of the massive “dieselgate” scandal of 2015, time really is of the essence. Although the formal Court deadline falls at the end of October 2018, the deadline for lawyers accepting claims is set to fall in advance of the final Court deadline.
There’s now just 90 days left to make your Volkswagen emissions claim, but lawyers’ books for new claims are set to close in advance of the deadline.
It’s 90 days until the Court-imposed deadline, but Claimants wishing to join the massive action that we’re on the Steering Committee for must have their cases fully prepared in order to be able to join the action and benefit from any settlement that takes place in the future. Failing to join in time will likely mean you will be unable to make a claim at all, based on prior experience of Claimants missing Group Litigation Order deadlines.
If you’re serious about claiming, take action now.
We’re now less than 100 days until the Volkswagen claim deadline falls. The deadline for accepting claims will fall BEFORE the above Court deadline.
The Court-imposed deadline is essentially the final deadline for claims to be submitted to be a part of the massive legal action in England and Wales that we’re on the Steering Committee for. Although the Court deadline is now less than 100 days away, the actual deadline for your claim to be accepted and prepared will fall well in advance of the court deadline.
This means that, if you have yet to start your claim, you must get on with it ASAP to avoid missing the Volkswagen claim deadline.
Will the new so-called “impossible-to-cheat” emissions tests work? Or, will automotive manufactures find a way to cheat the new tests (again)?
The Volkswagen Emissions Scandal brought to light the stark realisation that car manufactures are capable of – and happy to – cheat. There was nothing accidental about the “dieselgate” scandal, which was an intentionally-conceived mission to ensure VW Group vehicles passed emissions testing by cheating.
Many are understandably wondering whether the new so-called “impossible-to-cheat” emissions tests will really work.
Former VW CEO, Martin Winterkorn, has reportedly received a court summons in Germany to testify in relation to a legal action for compensation.
The legal action is understood to be relating to shareholders who are claiming damages from Volkswagen over the “Dieselgate” emissions scandal.
According to reports, 28 others are also facing questions, including recently-arrested Audi boss, Rupert Stadler, and Bosch CEO, Volkmar Denner.