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Volkswagen claim

Volkswagen has admitted that 1.2 million VW, Audi, Skoda and SEAT vehicles in the UK were fitted with emissions test cheating software, but denies that the software was unlawful. VW is refusing to pay any compensation to consumers in England.

We are bringing a group claim for compensation for people who bought affected vehicles. If you are eligible to claim under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (“CPUT Regulations”), we will be claiming a refund of at least 50% of the value of your car or finance repayments made on or after 1 October 2014.

So, for example, if your VW/ SEAT/ Audi cost £20,000, you could be entitled to £10,000 or more in compensation.

By focusing on people who can claim under the CPUT Regulations, we can provide a more specialist service and maximise the compensation recovered for our clients.

We will act for you under a conditional fee agreement, popularly known as “no win no fee”. If you win, all our fees and expenses (including VAT and insurance) are capped at no more than 30% of your compensation so you will get a minimum of 70%. So far as we are aware, no other firm is offering an all-inclusive cap that low.

You can currently join our claimant group if:

  • Your vehicle was bought for personal, not business, use;
  • ​You bought your affected vehicle from an approved Volkswagen, Audi, SEAT or Skoda dealer or acquired it with Volkswagen, Audi, Seat or Skoda Finance; and
  • You paid for your affected vehicle or made finance repayments in relation to it on or after the 1st October 2014

It doesn’t matter whether you bought your vehicle new or second hand.

To join the group action complete the form.

More information on the claim and details on our funding arrangements can be found on our FAQs page

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