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Current Cases

Leigh Day has more than 30 years' experience of representing groups of people affected by the same issue, both in the UK and internationally. Sometimes these groups have run into thousands, on other ocassions the groups are smaller. You can read about some of our current cases on this page.

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CAR EMISSIONS CLAIMS

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We are investigating potential group claims against the German car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz over an alleged ‘cheat device’, and are joint lead solicitors in the Volkswagen emissions litigation.

CONTAMINATED BLOOD CLAIMS

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We're investigating claims for people who were infected with the Hepatitis C virus after receiving contaminated blood or blood products in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s.

TEXTURED BREAST IMPLANT CLAIMS

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We're currently investigating claims on behalf of women who have had a diagnosis of BIA-ALCL or are being investigated for BIA-ALCL. This follows the removal of Allergan breast implants from the European market.

WOODFORD GROUP CLAIM

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Leigh Day is being contacted by individuals who have lost money after investing money in Woodford funds.

UNIVERSAL CREDIT GROUP ACTION

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Following recent legal challenges to Universal Credit, we are bringing compensation claims for people who have migrated to Universal Credit, before 16th January 2019, and who have lost their disability premiums.

EQUAL PAY CLAIMS

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Our current claims against private employers include a number of UK supermarkets. We are representing store workers at Sainsbury's, Asda, Tesco, Morrisons and the Co-op.

IMMIGRATION DETENTION COMPENSATION

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We are bringing claims against the Home Office on behalf of asylum seekers who were detained by the Home Office between 1.1.14 and 15.3.17, with a view to removing them to an EU country under Dublin III Regulations.

TONY DIXON PELVIC FLOOR SURGERY

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Our clinical negligence team is representing a group of women and men, both private and NHS patients, who were left in severe pain after pelvic floor surgery carried out by surgeon Anthony Dixon.