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First published by Admin on August 04, 2020 in the following categories: Group Action Mercedes and tagged with claim now | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | group action | Mercedes | Mercedes recall
We have developed our Mercedes emissions claim form to be quick, easy and hassle-free for you to be able to start your No Win, No Fee compensation case today.
Here, we will explain how it works and how you can get a case started quickly and easily. We will also give you an insight into our experience as a leading firm of consumer action lawyers in the UK.
If you are ready to see how easy it is to get started with a legal case now, just head over to the Mercedes Emissions Compensation Page here to start now.
First published by Admin on July 28, 2020 in the following categories: Group Action Mercedes and tagged with class action | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | group action | join action | Mercedes | Mercedes recall | no win no fee
You can make a No Win, No Fee Mercedes claim for compensation if you have been affected by the diesel emissions issues that we are investigating.
If you have some questions about how it works and what it means for you, read on for some general guidance that may help you. To start your case, just complete the forms on this dedicated website here.
As a leading firm of consumer action lawyers that have pioneered action for emissions issues since the start of it all back in 2015, we are here to help you.
First published by Admin on July 07, 2020 in the following categories: Emissions News Group Action Mercedes Nissan Emissions Scandal Renault Emissions Scandal and tagged with claim now | class action | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | group action | make claim | Mercedes | Mercedes recall | nissan | renault
Your Lawyers has been pivotal in the emissions compensation claims that have been pursued in the UK against VW, Mercedes and others since 2015.
Following our recent media coverage, we have seen a surge in sign-ups for Mercedes emissions compensation cases as well as a number of people asking for our help over the recent revelations about Nissan and Renault as well.
In 2015, we were one of the first – if not, the first – firms in England and Wales to take real action over emissions injustices. We were also the first to issue High Court proceedings in England and Wales in 2016, and we were appointed with a seat on the Steering Committee for the VW action in 2018.
We continue to fight for the rights of people who have been wronged by the use of (allegedly or otherwise) defeat device technology. If you need our help, you can sign up for a legal case today on a No Win, No Fee basis.
First published by Admin on July 03, 2018 in the following categories: Emissions News and tagged with clean air standards | diesel vehicles | dieselgate | emissions scandal | fuel emissions | volkswagen
It’s July 2018, which means the new emissions laws have come into force to stop future Volkswagen style emissions scandals.
The new legislation, at the very least, acts as a far better deterrent to prevent future emissions scandals.
The new emissions laws have been brought in to specifically crack down on emissions cheats like Volkswagen. To make sure they’re punished for their historic cheating, we’re a part of the Steering Committee of law firms taking legal action against VW for over 60,000 victims in England and Wales.
UK facing top European Court over air pollution should act as catalyst for punishing emissions cheaters like Volkswagen
The fact that the UK is facing being taken to the top European Court over air pollution should act as catalyst for punishing emissions cheaters like Volkswagen.
The UK is looking at fines that could run into the millions of pounds and has been referred to the European Court of Justice by the European Commission over failures to maintain vital pollution targets.
The Commission has reportedly issued “letters of formal notice” which may then lead to formal action against the UK.
The recent court ruling that can allow German towns and cities to ban diesel vehicles was another example that attitudes are shifting as people are more aware of what automakers like Volkswagen are responsible for.
VW used cheat devices in around 11 million of their vehicles worldwide, and they did it (we assume) to allow their vehicles to pass emissions testing yet pollute more lethal NOx.
In our view, they put profits before people and they deserve to be punished. This latest buyback scheme in Germany, although limited, is one way they can help consumers affected by German law changes, and they should apply it universally for all consumers affected by the Emissions Scandal!
More than half of children being exposed to illegal levels of pollution is another sound reason to make sure Volkswagen are punished
With more than half of UK children said to be living in areas with illegal levels of air pollution, it’s clear why Volkswagen must be punished for their cheat device scandal.
When they decided to intentionally fit cheat devices into vehicles so they could pass emission testing but pollute more dangerous NOx outside of test conditions, innocent people have suffered. Air quality has been underestimated as a result of cheat devices skewing the figures, and people are subjected to greater harm than expected.
When the news broke that one of the biggest companies on the planet had been cheating emissions testing, the world was shocked. Not only were we left surprised as to how they’d managed to get away with such abhorrent behaviour for so long, but we were also angered at why they would do such a thing in the first place.
Prior to the emissions scandal, VW scored very highly in terms of climate strategy, ecological sustainability, compliance and anti-corruption. When the truth came out about what they’d been doing, their fall from grace was sharp.
With blood on their hands due to Nox pollution from “dirty diesels” and increasing inner-city environmental damage, not to mention experiments on monkeys, a simple question really needs answering: “Hey, VW! Where’s your Corporate Social Responsibility?”
Chancellor Philip Hammond launched a two-pronged attack on diesel cars to tackle the emissions problem in the U.K. Since the Volkswagen emissions scandal came to light, scientists have found that the excessive levels of NOx being polluted is contributing to premature deaths and exacerbating breathing and heart problems.
Hammond wants to introduce a U.K. version of the Euro 6, called the Real Driving Emissions Step 2 (RDE2), by April 2019. Any diesel vehicles that don’t conform may face increased vehicle excise duty (VED) and benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax.