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On 14th November 2017, Volkswagen AG agreed to pay some £49.4 million to settle emissions claims made by the state of New Jersey in the U.S. It’s one of the last major state claims made against Volkswagen in the nation, and its caused further anger for…
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We’ve launched another press campaign this week to highlight the need for owners of vehicles affected by the “dieselgate” scandal who have yet to sign up to our group to start their claim as soon as possible. With the backing of other Claimant Law Firms,…
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Volkswagen had previously agreed to settle a group action lawsuit with a number of Canadian owners for selling them cars fitted with the so-called “defeat devices”, but this had not included owners of 3.0-litre vehicles. Now, a settlement has been finally…
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A group of minority investors, who have reportedly seen their share values plummet as much as 40% when “dieselgate” hit the press, were initially refused a request for independent experts to investigate Volkswagen by the major shareholders. The minority…
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Former Volkswagen Group executive Oliver Schmidt reportedly wrote to a judge saying he feels “misused” by the German car-maker over the emissions cheating scandal. Schmidt pleaded guilty for his part in the atrocity and was handed a seven-year prison…
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Owners of diesel vehicles like those affected by the Volkswagen emissions scandal may be set for more bad news as the British government looks to increase tax for diesel cars that don’t meet new emission standards. The “dieselgate” scandal hit 1.2 million…
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It has been over two years since Volkswagen admitted to fitting devices into their vehicles since 2009 that can be clearly defined as so-called “defeat devices”. Instead of compensating the customers that we say have been lied to and cheated, the major…
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Taxi driver John Denholm was reportedly unable to work for 11 days when his VW Passat broke down after having the so-called “fix” applied to correct emissions irregularities. The software update was carried out on his vehicle to lower the excessive NOx…
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Car emissions are undoubtedly harmful. Ever since the Volkswagen emissions scandal broke out, more people are paying attention to just how much exhaust emissions are being churned into the air we breathe. Multiple studies have found that increasing car…
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. have said they are hoping for approval for their proposed “software updates fix” for 104,000 of their diesel vehicles already on the road with emissions level manipulating software installed. In May 2017, the U.S. Justice…
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