Category: Emissions Scandal
You can start your No Win, No Fee Mercedes emissions claim for compensation with us today – quickly and easily.
We are taking legal cases forward on a No Win, No Fee basis. This means that, subject to the terms and conditions agreed, we can write off our legal fees if the case does not succeed. All you need to do is sign-up for a case and take part in what is set to be one of the biggest actions that the UK has ever seen.
Here is some vital guidance about how to get started, some information about the action, and a few key pointers about who we are and what we do.
We are pleased to see the Mercedes emissions settlements that have taken place in the US, with $2.2bn set aside for resolving both civil and environmental claims.
Although this does not have a direct influence on any UK cases here, it is positive to see the news of the settlements. Action in the UK is taking place and you can be eligible to claim compensation if you are affected by the issues here in the UK.
Here is how we may be able to help you.
The Group Action Lawyers fight for justice in a number of emissions compensation actions, representing clients for claims on a No Win, No Fee basis.
This includes cases against Mercedes, Porsche, and Nissan and Renault. If you have been a part of a recall for any of those carmakers, we may be able to take a compensation case forward for you now.
Here is a little advice about our emissions work and our experience in this area of law. To get in touch with the team now, please see our Contact Page here.
We recently launched legal action for owners to pursue compensation claims arising from Nissan and Renault emissions issues, similar to the VW, Mercedes and other actions we are involved with.
If you have yet to start your claim, here is some information for you about the issues, our No Win, No Fee representation, and how you can contact the team today. We are representing a number of clients for cases and have been doing so for the last few weeks, and we have launched our legal action for justice.
As specialist Group Action Lawyers, we are active in over 50 different group and multi-party cases, several of which are for emissions issues where we have represented thousands of clients.
We – The Group Action Lawyers – have been fighting for the rights of people pursuing emissions compensation claims since the start of the ‘dieselgate’ issues in 2015.
Thousands of people have signed up for cases with us since 2015 against a range of vehicle manufacturers embroiled in recalls and alleged scandals. This includes the Volkswagen cases (please note we can no longer take claims forward for that one), the Mercedes cases and others. In recent weeks, a large number of new clients have signed up for cases with us, and we are still taking new claims forward on a No Win, No Fee basis for Mercedes and Nissan/Renault owners.
You can find out today if we can help you.
As featured in the Telegraph, Claimants who pursue their Mercedes diesel compensation claims using certain legislation could be entitled to receive up to £96,000.00 in damages each.
This applies for Claimants who make use of important legislation that could allow an owner to receive a percentage of the purchase price of their vehicle. Not all law firms may use all the legislation at their disposal, so it is important to make sure you give yourself the best chance of succeeding with a case by being thorough.
In this article, we will explain how you may be entitled to receive compensation of up to £96,000.00, and whether this legislation may apply to you.
We are taking forward Mercedes emissions compensation claims in the same way that we have represented thousands for cases against Volkswagen, Porsche and Jaguar.
When we first took action against VW for their huge emissions scandal back in 2015, we strongly suspected that they would not be the only manufacturer to be investigated. Since then, other vehicle makers have been involved with legal actions and have initiated recalls around the world over emissions irregularities.
As we suspected, the VW scandal was the tip of the iceberg.
We are taking claims forward for Mercedes (Daimler) owners whose vehicles have been subject to recalls. We can represent clients on a No Win, No Fee basis for claims.
On 14th February 2017, the U.S. federal judge decided to share the love with thousands of affected vehicle owners when it granted preliminary approval to a $1.22 billion (£979 million) settlement offer made by VW.
In a separate hearing, U.S. District Judge, Charles Breyer, also approved a $327.5 (£262) million settlement offer made by Bosch.
Things are moving forward nicely in the U.S. which is, to be fair, frustrating for the thousands of U.K. clients we act for! We’re still confident we can win the cases though. So we’ll keep fighting them!
The ban on selling any 2017 diesel vehicles in the U.S., or any diesel vehicles, could be the biggest punishment that VW will have to face from their stunt of cheating emissions tests, which was revealed in September last year.
This could even supersede the millions of dollars in fines that they have to pay out.
The reason why I’m of that opinion is because the diesel vehicles sold in the U.S. made up a big percentage of all VW sales; which is not surprising as the German manufacturer marketed the cars to be “eco-friendly” and “greener” than other vehicles, and they cornered the diesel market well.
However, their “green assertions” turned out to be somewhat misleading…
“Does Bosch Have Something to Hide?” – Volkswagen and Bosch reject access to records in “Dieselgate” scandal
In the latest developments of the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal, and the increasing press surrounding Bosch and their alleged involvement, VW and Bosch have rejected access to more than 20 million pages of records requested by European investors and vehicle owners as part of legal actions.
These documents were submitted to the U.S. courts, and their use for others in Europe could be substantial, which is why they have been requested. However, both German companies have requested that the U.S. federal judge reject any requests made by European investors or vehicle owners asking for the documents.