First published by Admin on October 27, 2020 in the following categories: Group Action Mercedes and tagged with claim now | class action | daimler | dieselgate | emissions scandal | group action | Mercedes
We are pursuing a No Win, No Fee Mercedes compensation action for anyone who may own or lease, or used to own or lease, an affected vehicle.
Daimler is accused of using technology that amounts to a defeat device to allow vehicles to pass emissions testing but pollute far more dangerous NOx than they should. We are confident enough that there is enough evidence and information to pursue the action, which is why we have launched legal cases.
We are working on a No Win, No Fee basis. Here is how this works.
First published by Contributor on October 13, 2020 in the following categories: Emissions News Group Action Mercedes Nissan Emissions Scandal NOx Renault Emissions Scandal and tagged with class action | daimler | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | make claim | Mercedes | Mercedes recall | nissan | porsche
Can software updates affect vehicle performance? If so, what can you do about it, and how can we help as expert Car Emissions Lawyers?
Several car manufacturers, including VW, Mercedes and Nissan and Renault, are alleged to be involved in emissions scandals. Allegations are that engines can produce far more NOx emissions than allowed by European regulations as a result of the testing regimes being cheated.
To pass the emissions tests put in place, manufacturers stand accused of using ‘defeat devices’ that can do things such as detect when the cars were being tested, which can alter whether the emissions controls are engaged or not. This can mean that, on the road, the actual emissions could be far higher.
First published by Admin on September 29, 2020 in the following categories: Emissions News Mercedes and tagged with clean air standards | daimler | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | make claim | Mercedes
The potential dangers of any increased Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) emissions from Mercedes vehicles cannot be understated, which is why our compensation action for justice is important.
We will briefly outline some of the potential dangers that can be caused to human health, and why any alleged increased NOx emissions must be taken seriously.
As a specialist firm of consumer action lawyers, we are here to hold organisations to account for any wrongdoing. That is precisely what we will look to achieve if Daimler has been cheating emissions regulations.
First published by Admin on September 22, 2020 in the following categories: Emissions News Group Action Mercedes and tagged with class action | clean air standards | daimler | defeat devices | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | group action | Mercedes | Mercedes recall
Why should you be concerned about Mercedes NOx emissions? Why is our compensation action so important? What are the risks and dangers for people?
These are some of the questions that people ask when they consider joining the Mercedes Emissions Compensation Action here in the UK. As a leading firm of consumer action lawyers that pioneered the first High Court action against VW in England and Wales in January 2016, we are well placed to tell you why claiming is important.
NOx is dangerous to human health and to the environment. Any carmaker that is found to have cheated the rules should be held to account, and owners should be compensated.
The German Bundesanstalt fur Finanzdienstleistungaufsicht (BaFin) have announced they will begin investigations into Volkswagen and Daimler after allegations of price collusion and other cartel activities.
The colossal carmakers admitted to cartel authorities that secret meetings and discussions had taken place and that they reportedly did not notify investors of their activity.
Although this is not directly related to the emission scandal, it’s yet another headache for the German car giant to deal with off the back of alleged unfair practices.
German prosecutors and police officers descended upon Daimler offices to search for evidence after the car maker was accused of fraud and misleading advertising.
The raid, conducted by 23 prosecutors and 230 police officers, was carried out across 11 offices in Berlin, Baden-Wuerttembuerg, Lower Saxony and Saxony.
Daimler, the owners of Mercedes-Benz and Maybach, are said to be co-operating with authorities, but employees are suspected of engaging in fraudulent activity and may have tried to hide or destroy evidence. Certain “known and unknown employees” are being sought out for questioning by authorities as a result as the 250-strong German law enforcement team swept offices for incriminating evidence.
It seems that the explosive Volkswagen (VW) emissions scandal has really opened a can of worms as regulatory authorities are making their way around car manufacturers, checking for similar illegal behaviour.
Next on the list is Daimler, parent company of the luxury brand Mercedes Benz.
Not so long ago, regulators began in internal investigation into Daimler amidst concerns that the auto company was also using emissions cheating devices similar to VW’s. Not long after that, a lawsuit was made against Daimler as well.