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We're here to take action.

Slater and Gordon have been appointed by the High Court as lead lawyers in the legal action against VW, Audi, SEAT and Skoda for the emissions scandal in England and Wales. We're representing thousands of clients and asking all of those  effected to join the claim, which we're running on a 'no win, no fee' basis.

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5 REASONS YOU SHOULD JOIN THE LEGAL ACTION

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The impact of emissions on people's health.
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The impact  of emissions on our environment.
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You may be entitled to financial compensation.
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The action is free to join and you can do so now on this website.
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It is important to hold the company accountable.



Areeba Hamid, clean air campaigner, Greenpeace, said: “Diesel emissions are toxic to human health and its impacts fall especially hard on children, older people and people with existing lung diseases such as asthma. Yet almost nothing has been done to tackle car companies since they were caught cheating emissions tests.

If cars were coming off the production line with dodgy brakes, there would be mass product recall. Yet unbelievably, consumers are still being incentivised to buy these brand new diesel cars that are pumping out illegal levels of pollution. That has to stop urgently and the car companies must be made to learn their lesson. This class action could turn the tables on car companies, and finally result in action to reduce toxic air pollution that’s causing so much harm to human health.”

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Latest News

Our clients’ application for a Group Litigation Order has been approved by the court

The Court appointed us as a Lead Solicitor on 26 March 2018

Our clients' claim was filed at Court on 13 April 2018 and the Defence is due on 6 July 2018