Owned a diesel between 2008 - 2018?*

Claim up to £10,000 in compensation

*Some manufacturers have different eligible claim periods, you can see these dates on the individual manufacturers claim page

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How to Make a diesel emissions claim

If you own a diesel car, you may be entitled to compensation for the emissions scandal. The scandal came to light in 2015 when it was revealed that leading car manufacturers had used a device to cheat the emissions readings during testing. Volkswagen (VW) was the first manufacturer to be caught and they subsequently paid customers compensation. However, it now seems that more manufacturers have used a device to cheat the readings. Mercedes, BMW and Vauxhall are the latest to be under the spotlight.

What is the diesel emissions scandal?

The diesel emissions scandal has been causing a lot of concern and frustration among car owners. It's been revealed that some carmakers were cheating on emissions tests, which resulted in higher levels of harmful pollutants being emitted from their vehicles. If you're one of these owners, you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

What are defeat devices?

If you're one of the unlucky ones who have been harmed by the use of defeat devices, it's time to take action. A diesel emissions claim is a legal action that you can take against the car manufacturer. In order to make a claim, you will need to prove that you have been harmed in some way. This could include things like lost wages, medical expenses, and damage to your vehicle. If you're able to prove that the car manufacturer was responsible for your harm, you may be able to claim compensation for these costs. Keep in mind that the car manufacturer may try to deny any wrongdoing, so it's important to have expert legal representation on your side.

Will my diesel claim be legitimate?

If you own a diesel car and have been affected by a diesel emissions issue, you can complete the registration lookup and we can tell you if your vehicle was affected. then we just to know the the date you purchased or leased it and the address it was registered to and then some contact details. The next stage is to upload some ID and we can lodge your claim as part of the class action claim.

What are defeat devices?

If you're one of the unlucky ones who have been harmed by the use of defeat devices, it's time to take action. A diesel emissions claim is a legal action that you can take against the car manufacturer. In order to make a claim, you will need to prove that you have been harmed in some way. This could include things like lost wages, medical expenses, and damage to your vehicle. If you're able to prove that the car manufacturer was responsible for your harm, you may be able to claim compensation for these costs. Keep in mind that the car manufacturer may try to deny any wrongdoing, so it's important to have expert legal representation on your side.

How much compensation can I get for diesel emissions claims?

If you're one of the millions of people who own a car that was affected by the diesel emissions scandal, you may be eligible for compensation. The scandal has caused diesel-powered vehicles to emit higher levels of pollutants than they were supposed to, and as a result, many people have filed diesel emissions claims. How much compensation you can receive will depend on a variety of factors, including the value of your car, how much it has depreciated and the length of time you owned the vehicle for.

BMW, Mercedes and Vauxhall Diesel Emissions

If you owned or leased a diesel vehicle, you may be entitled to compensation due to the emissions scandal. This scandal involves the manipulation of emissions tests for diesel-powered cars. As a result, many people have filed claims for compensation, ranging from financial reimbursement to the purchase of new vehicles that are emissions-compliant. Make sure you are aware of the eligibility requirements and the compensation amounts you may be eligible for. You can find all the necessary information by visiting the website or calling the claims hotline. Don't miss out on your chance to claim compensation for your Mercedes-Benz diesel vehicle!

Have you ever owned or leased a diesel BMW, Mercedes or Vauxhall car or van first registered between 2008 and 2018*?

If you have ever owned or leased a diesel car or van first registered between 2008 and 2018*, you may be entitled to compensation. This is because the government has determined that these vehicles produce harmful emissions. Even if you no longer own or lease the vehicle in question, you are still eligible to make a claim as long as the vehicle was first registered (to anyone) during this time period. The class action suit will help arrange for your vehicle to be accounted for and receive a fair pay out.

How long does a diesel emissions claim take?

Diesel emissions claims can be time-consuming, the average claim takes about eight weeks to process on to the system, but this can vary depending on the complexity of the claim. Because you will not be represented singularly in the case, there can be up to a 2 year wait for the solicitors to file the case against the car manufacturer, this is to allow as many people as possible to claim. Even at this point the case will take a while because the car manufacturer will likely either contest the ruling or the pay-out

What are you claiming for.

Our group action is focused on Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Vauxhall with Euro 5 or Euro 6 diesel engines. These engines produce excessive harmful NOx emissions, which affects both the environment and human health, it also had an impact on the vehicles performance and running cost as well as resale value.

If you own or lease a car that meets these specifications, you may be entitled to compensation. Complete the registration checker to find out more and see if you qualify for our action!

Do You Offer No Win, No Fees Emissions Claims?

Yes, we are currently investigating a handful of manufactures on a no win, no fee basis. The list of manufacturers is growing, but currently we are investigating BMW, Mercedes and Vauxhall. Unfortunately we can not currently assist you if you did not own or lease a vehicle from one these manufacturers.

Get what you deserve

Diesel emissions claims are a great way for drivers to get compensated for the extra costs of driving a diesel car. It was not just more harmful gasses you were releasing, the mpg was not what was advertised, the efficiency of the car was not what was advertised and the resale value of the car was also affected so you would have been paying more to get from A to B and then lost money if you sold the vehicle. If you think you may have to make a claim, then join the claim today. The process is simple - just fill out a form and submit it to the claim. You'll need to provide some basic information about your vehicle and your driving habits, and the claim team will do their best to help you get the compensation you deserve. Thanks for choosing the claim!

Emissions cases globally

If you're an environmentally-conscious individual, you might be wondering how you can make a claim for emissions that have harmed your health or the environment. The good news is that emissions cases are a reality, and they can be brought in national courts and many international consumers are also bringing cases against the manufacturers across the globe. The most famous emissions case is the one brought against Texaco by Ecuadorian villagers in 1993. In this case, the villagers won a $9 billion settlement from Texaco for damages caused by pollution. Whilst this is slightly different the global compensation involved will dwarf that figure Texaco paid.

Join tens of thousands of owners already claiming

Diesel emissions are a major problem and everyone knows it. Over 9 million UK drivers could potentially have been affected. Volkswagen paid £193m in compensation to UK car owners having already pleaded guilty to the emissions scandal and agreed to pay $4.3 billion in penalties globally. There are currently investigations into the following vehicle manufacturers – Alfa Romeo, Audi, BMW, Citroën, Fiat, Ford, Jaguar, Jeep, Land Rover, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Renault, Peugeot, Porsche, Seat, Skoda, Suzuki and Vauxhall. All manufacturers deny the allegations but this is where we can help.

*Some manufacturers have different eligible claim periods, you can see these dates on the individual manufacturers claim page