Our lawyers have been working in the field of emissions litigation since it was first alleged that Volkswagen was guilty of manipulating its diesel vehicles in order to cheat emissions tests. The Volkswagen “Dieselgate” scandal was only a trigger for further allegations, with a host of other car manufacturers being subjected to accusations of emissions fraud. Mercedes was one such manufacturer, and we are looking to address any alleged wrongdoing through compensation action in our Mercedes emissions claim.
If allegations are proven, and Mercedes has failed to comply with emissions regulations, millions of affected customers could potentially be eligible to pursue compensation claims. Should the allegations be proven, Mercedes may be guilty of breaching limits in respect of harmful NOx emissions, and they may also be responsible for a huge breach of consumer rights.
As long-running supporters of the rights of consumers, we saw the Volkswagen “Dieselgate” for the huge injustice that it was. We took action quickly to initiate High Court proceedings against Volkswagen in January 2016, with the eventual litigation that followed resulting in huge numbers of people settling their case. Now, we want to use our invaluable experience and success in emissions litigation to hold other potentially guilty carmakers to account.
We are pursuing dozens of carmakers over allegations of cheating emissions tests, and we are helping people claim compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Whilst many carmakers continue to deny that they have done anything wrong, we are continuing to pursue No Win, No Fee legal action on behalf of thousands of people. You can find out if you are eligible to pursue a case by completing a few forms on the dedicated Car Emissions Lawyers website here now.
It is easy to start your Mercedes emissions compensation claim by completing a few forms on the dedicated Car Emissions Lawyers website here now.
Eligible clients can benefit from our No Win, No Fee legal representation as part of our commitment to access to justice. Pursuing your claim with the Group Action Lawyers means that you can benefit from our vast experience in this niche and complex area of law, and join thousands of others who we already represent for emissions cases.
We may be able to represent you for a Ford emissions compensation claim if you are an eligible claimant who owns or leases, or previously owned or leased, an affected model.
We are able to represent eligible clients with No Win, No Fee representation for emissions compensation claims. This means that we can write off our legal fees if the claim does not succeed, subject to you complying with the terms and conditions in place.
The quickest way to find out if we can help you is to complete a few forms on the dedicated Car Emissions Lawyers website here now.
The Group Action Lawyers is pursuing emissions compensation action on behalf of thousands of people against dozens of carmakers, over allegations of engaging in behaviour that could cheat emissions regulations.
We are confident that we will be able to settle claims that we have initiated, which is why we are representing people on a No Win, No Fee basis. Many actions and court cases have been settled around the world, including this year’s huge settlement for claimants in England and Wales against Volkswagen who were at the centre of the first “Dieselgate” scandal in 2015.
It is a quick and easy process to start your claim via the dedicated Car Emissions Lawyers websites here now.
You could be eligible to pursue a Mercedes emissions case for compensation with the Group Action Lawyers right now on a No Win, No Fee basis.
The lawsuit is about pursuing damages over allegations that the German car giant may have engaged in behaviour that could amount to cheating emissions regulations. The allegations are that this could stem from technology that may allegedly have been fitted in vehicles that could amount to a so-called “defeat device”.
You can find out if you are eligible to start a Mercedes emissions case for compensation by completing a few simple forms on the dedicated Car Emissions Lawyers website here now.
Your Lawyers – The Group Action Lawyers – are pursuing Renault emissions claims for compensation that stemmed from allegations that the carmaker may be involved in cheating regulations.
Whilst the vehicle manufacturer strongly denies that it has done anything wrong, we believe there is enough evidence to at least investigate the compensation cases that we are representing people for. We are working on a No Win, No Fee basis for eligible clients, representing thousands of people just like you who are claiming compensation against dozens of carmakers in England and Wales.
You can check your eligibility to claim quickly and easily by completing a few simple forms on the dedicated Car Emissions Lawyers website here now.
The Volkswagen emissions action settlement for claimants engaged in the Group Litigation Order (GLO) in England and Wales is another positive step forward in the global fight for emissions justice.
Tens of thousands of drivers are now in line for pay-outs, despite VW disputing that they had done anything wrong for several years. Whilst settlements can still be made without any admission of liability, it is clear that the compromise recognises the justification for compensation arising from the “Dieselgate” scandal.
The Group Action Lawyers has been representing victims of the emissions scandals since 2015. Eligible clients are able to benefit from our legal services on a No Win, No Fee basis.
As one of the first law firms to take on claims against Volkswagen in England and Wales, we went on to pioneer car emissions litigation, initiating group actions against a number of other car manufacturers. Now, we have initiated a number of emissions compensation actions against carmakers who have also become embroiled in emissions allegations.
In 2015, it emerged that Volkswagen vehicles may have been emitting far more toxic NOx (nitrous oxide) than was first believed. Carmakers are bound by strict emissions regulations, but it seemed that Volkswagen had been using so-called defeat devices, a type of software installed in engines as a means of disguising the true emissions output of its diesel vehicles.
While Volkswagen has been found guilty of using defeat devices, thus far, we believe there is sufficient information for us to investigate many car manufacturers in respect of emissions cheating. If the allegations are proven, more car manufacturers may not only have broken emissions regulations, but they may also have breached consumer law. If you own or previously owned an affected vehicle, you can register for an emissions compensation claim today to seek the justice you deserve.
The former executive of car companies Renault and Nissan has come forward to deny the allegations against Renault, acting as a witness in French investigations that are ongoing into the carmaker. Carlos Ghosn himself became the subject of controversy after he was reportedly arrested in Japan for alleged financial misconduct, which was said to be due to misuse of company money. It was then reported that he later travelled to Lebanon and may have been able to evade the charges against him.
However, in the latest emission scandal news, Ghosn was speaking in relation to the charges against the company that he formerly led, as French prosecutors recently charged Renault with deceit following lengthy investigations. Mirroring the company’s own response to the accusations, Ghosn refuted the claims of any wrongdoing.
Emissions fraud first became a topic of major public discussion when the Volkswagen “dieselgate” scandal broke in 2015. This came with the revelations that the carmaker had been using illegal defeat devices that were designed to cheat emissions tests, something they have continually denied. Our initiation of High Court proceedings against Volkswagen in 2016 has helped to pave the way for the carmaker being held responsible for issues with emissions software, and we are seeking to hold further carmakers accountable for any alleged emissions fraud. If it is found that your vehicle has been affected by emissions irregularities, you may be entitled to claim compensation now.