Join the Jaguar Land Rover emissions claim today
Leigh Day is investigating a potential group claim against Jaguar Land Rover over allegations that certain diesel vehicles contain “cheat devices” that enable them to cheat emissions tests.
The claims are being investigated on behalf of people who leased or owned Jaguar and Land Rover diesel vehicles. The claims could be worth up to 75% of the purchase price of the vehicle for each owner.
Monitoring shows that when the vehicles are driven on the road, they emit many times more levels of toxic NOx gases than under test conditions.
This is extremely damaging, as increased levels of NOx contribute to air pollution which is reported to be the largest environmental risk to UK public health and is linked to as many as 64,000 early deaths a year.
To find out whether your vehicle is eligible then click the button below to see our registration number checker, and join this potential group action.
If you are responsible for a fleet of vehicles, please contact us by emailing email@example.com and we would be happy to check all your vehicles.
You could be entitled to compensation if you leased or bought an affected vehicle
What is the Jaguar Land Rover emissions claim?
We believe that the ‘defeat devices’ used in the vehicles are unlawful under UK law and consequently, there are potentially hundreds of thousands of unlawfully polluting vehicles still on the roads in the UK.
We believe that owners of the affected vehicles should be compensated because they were mis-sold these vehicles, which were advertised as being more environmentally friendly with lower NOx emissions. Increased levels of NOx emissions are harmful to the environment and to the health of children and adults.
Why choose Leigh Day?
Leigh Day is one of the country’s leading law firms and bringing group actions on behalf of consumers is one of our key areas of specialism. We have been involved in many of the more important and cutting-edge group actions brought in the UK. Our expertise in holding corporations to account is unrivalled.
We will be bringing these claims on a 'No Win-No Fee' basis. This means that we will only deduct up to a maximum of 35% (inclusive of VAT) of your damages if the claim is successful, but if the claim is lost you will not have to pay anything. This is a significantly lower fee than many firms and claims management companies who will charge up to 50% of your damages for the same claim.
Leigh Day is the joint-lead law firm in the emissions litigation on behalf of UK Volkswagen owners, and in April 2020 won the first round of that case against Volkswagen in the UK High Court.
We have recently issued proceedings against Mercedes-Benz following allegations of emissions cheating.
We have also been instructed by thousands of owners of Renault, Nissan, Vauxhall, Porsche, Audi and other VW Group vehicles to pursue emissions claims against those manufacturers.
Fast eligibility checker
Thanks to our fast eligibility form, you can instantly check if your vehicle is potentially affected.
No Win No Fee
We will be bringing these claims on a 'No Win-No Fee' basis. This means that we will deduct up to 35%(inclusive of VAT) of your damages if the claim is successful, but if the claim is lost you will not have to pay anything.
We provide two worked examples below to assist with understanding:
Awarded compensation: £7,500
After deductions, the minimum amount you will receive: £4,875
Awarded compensation: £2,500
After deductions, the minimum amount you will receive: £1,625
Our success fee, the insurance premium and the funders’ fees will never be more than 35% of your damages, irrespective of the number of claimants within the group.
Once you have checked that you are eligible to bring a claim, we will ask you to read through our funding agreement and sign the same. You will then be a client of the firm.