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First published by Admin on June 24, 2020 in the following categories: Emissions News Group Action Nissan Emissions Scandal Renault Emissions Scandal and tagged with claim now | class action | dieselgate | emissions scandal | group action | join action | nissan | petrol | renault
We are offering No Win, No Fee representation for those affected by the Nissan and Renault emissions scandal for both diesel and petrol owners now.
If it is established that technology has been used for cheating emissions tests and allowing vehicles to produce far higher quantities of dangerous NOx, justice must be served. We have acted for thousands of people affected by emissions issues since 2015 when the VW dieselgate scandal hit the headlines, and we continue to fight for justice now.
In 2018, we were appointed to the Steering Committee responsible for the overall conduct of the Volkswagen Emissions Action. We also represent owners claiming against several other carmakers, and Nissan and Renault owners could be entitled to claim compensation with us now.
First published by Admin on June 18, 2020 in the following categories: CPUT Damages Emissions News Mercedes and tagged with claim now | class action | compensation values | cput | dieselgate | emissions scandal | group action | Mercedes | Mercedes recall
The Your Lawyers Mercedes emissions compensation action has been in the media over the last few days with exclusive news that some owners could claim up to an estimated £96,000.00 in compensation.
In this article, we will outline how we have determined the possible compensation value estimations and how it can apply to some of the Claimants in the action. As a leading firm of consumer action specialists representing thousands of clients in over 50 group and multi-party actions, we know how to fight for the rights of victims who have been wronged by big corporations.
To get started with your emissions compensation case today, please see the dedicated advice page here.
You could be eligible to make a Mercedes diesel emissions claim for compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis if you are affected by the recalls that are taking place across Europe.
We represent clients here in England and Wales, as well as having represented thousands of others for emissions compensation cases. If you are a Mercedes owner who has received notification that you are affected, or if emissions work has been carried out on your vehicle, you may be able to claim.
Here’s what you need to know about joining the Mercedes emissions claim in the UK and what steps you need to take to get your No Win, No Fee cases started.
If you are one of the owners affected by a recall, you could be eligible to make a claim with us. If we can establish that Mercedes (Daimler) has been using technology that can amount to a defeat device, owners could be entitled to thousands of pounds damages.
Here is a little guidance about how we may be able to help you and who we are.
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…
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.
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!
Will Volkswagen settle the emissions claims against them on the eve of trial?
In the UK and Europe, VW is refusing compensation to owners affected by their “dieselgate” scandal, despite the huge settlements they have agreed to in the US. Earlier this year, VW settled another case that was set for trial, and they reportedly did it on the eve of the case going to court.
Although we’re behind the US cases because the legal systems here in the UK are different, will we see a similar situation where VW settle the claims on the cusp of trial?