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Car exhaust fumes
Consumer law Emissions

Vehicle emissions claims

Leigh Day currently represents over 55,000 people in exhaust emissions claims against motor manufacturers.

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Human rights discrimination

Immigration detention compensation

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Consumer law Banking and finance

Woodford/Link group claim

Find out more information on our group claim against Link and find out if you are eligible to join over 6000 other investors in their legal action to recover their losses

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Amazon Courier
Group Claim Amazon Gig Economy

Amazon driver claim

Leigh Day are acting for Amazon delivery drivers who may be entitled to over £15,000 in compensation. If you have driven for Amazon via a Delivery Service Partner (DSP) you may be able to join the claim.

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Gig Economy Employment Workers rights BCA

BCA drivers claim

Leigh Day is bringing claims on behalf of BCA trade plate drivers who believe they should be classed as workers, rather than independent contractors.

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Mini Cooper
Emissions Emissions claims Consumer

MINI emissions claim

Leigh Day is currently investigating whether MINI vehicles are also affected by the BMW emissions scandal.

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Volvo
Emissions Emissions claims Volvo Consumer law

Volvo emissions claims

Leigh Day is investigating a potential group claim against Volvo over allegations that certain diesel vehicles contain “cheat devices” that enable them to cheat emissions tests.

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BMW
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BMW emissions claims

Leigh Day is investigating a potential group claim against BMW over allegations that certain diesel vehicles contain “cheat devices” that enable them to cheat emissions tests.

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Ford
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Ford emissions claims

Leigh Day is investigating a potential group claim against Ford over allegations that certain diesel vehicles contain “cheat devices” that enable them to cheat emissions tests.