Despite the pressing climate emergency, and the impact on human health, vehicle manufacturers such as the Volkswagen Group, Vauxhall, and Daimler AG (the parent company of Mercedes-Benz) have been accused of cheated regulations designed to protect human health and the environment by fitting illegal defeat devices into their diesel vehicles. This resulted in high levels of Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) being emitted into the atmosphere.
In some cases, the noxious emissions were up to 35 times the legal limit. “Dieselgate” is one of the biggest corporate scandals in history and its impact is far from over.
Millions of diesel vehicles produced by Mercedes-Benz, the Volkswagen Group and Vauxhall were affected and subjected to recall. While manufacturers have paid billions to settle class action claims and regulatory fines in other countries, this is not the case in England and Wales.
You could be owed thousands of pounds
Affected drivers in England and Wales deserve compensation too. If you owned or leased an affected vehicle, you could be able to claim thousands of pounds in compensation.
Keller Lenkner UK is acting on behalf of affected customers in England and Wales. We are holding Mercedes-Benz, Vauxhall, and the Volkswagen Group to account for cheating emissions regulations, harming the environment, and deceiving their customers.
Experts in group litigation and multi-claimant actions against large, well-funded corporations, when it comes to getting justice for our clients, we have everything it takes to win.
If you purchased or leased a Mercedes-Benz diesel vehicle between 2008 and 2018 you could have a claim.
If you purchased or leased a Vauxhall diesel vehicle (Agila, Antara, Astra, Cascada, Combo, Corsa, Crossland, Insignia, Meriva, Mokka, Movano, Vivaro and Zafira) between 2008 and 2019 you could have a claim.
If you purchased or leased a Volkswagen diesel vehicle (VW, Audi, SEAT, Skoda) between June 2008 and December 2015, you may qualify for a claim.