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Car exhaust fumes
Consumer law Emissions

Vehicle emissions claims

Leigh Day currently represents over 112, 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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Nigeria Shell Pollution Corporate accountability Environment

Shell - Ogale and Bille

In October and December 2015, the Ogale and Bille Communities in the Niger Delta filed claims in the English Courts against Shell. The cases involve devastating oil pollution caused by Shell’s operations.

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Kabwe Mine

Anglo American - lead poisoning

Leigh Day, working with Johannesburg attorneys Mbuyisa Moleele, filed a lawsuit against Anglo American on behalf of thousands of children and women believed to be suffering from lead poisoning

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International Industrial disease

Rio Tinto

Leigh Day acted for a former miner against the owners, Rio Tinto plc, the first case of its kind in the UK

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Mercedes-Benz emissions claims

Leigh Day is bringing a group claim against Mercedes-Benz over an alleged ‘cheat device’ fitted on some of their cars in order to artificially reduce emissions to pass EU emissions tests. Over 30,000 have already joined the claim.

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Nissan/Renault emissions claim

Find out more about the Nissan/Renault emissions claim and how you can join, you could be owed compensation. Almost 15,000 people have joined the claim.

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Human rights

Porton Down

Leigh Day successfully acted for almost 400 British former servicemen for experiments that were carried out on them by the Ministry of Defence