We are helping hundreds of diesel car owners in Scotland pursue compensation relating to the Scotland Diesel Emissions scandal.
If you owned or leased a diesel vehicle between 2009 and 2020 you may be entitled to compensation through Scotland Diesel Emissions.
Several car manufacturers are accused of diesel emissions fraud after allegedly fitting emissions defeat devices in their vehicles. The devices were designed to cheat the emissions tests set by law to protect you and the environment.
You may be eligible to join the claim if:
• You acquired your car by way of lease or outright purchase (new or second hand)
• Even if the manufacturer recalls the vehicle to correct the problem, you may still be entitled to compensation.
• You can claim for more than one vehicle, if you owned or leased more than one from 2009 to 2020
• You can claim even if you no longer own or lease the vehicle
We work on a No Win, No Fee basis, meaning that if your claim is not successful, you do not need to pay our fees.
Click this link: Diesel Emissions Claim
Speak to the Scotland Diesel Emissions ClaimTeam: 0131 226 5408
Vauxhall, Citroen, Peugeot, Renault, Nissan, Jaguar, Volvo, Fiat and Land Rover are among those alleged to be involved in in fitting emission defeat devices.
Scotland Diesel Claims represents hundreds of owners of affected vehicles. We have already raised group proceedings in the Scottish Courts against some car manufacturers and we are currently registering new claims with a view to raising further court proceedings.
Nitrous oxide emissions are polluting to health and to the environment. Thousands of vehicles were wrongly marketed and sold as having cleaner diesel engines which produced lower Nitrous Oxide emissions, and complied with legal emissions limits. Consumers were misled into buying or leasing vehicles which they believed complied with emissions standards and were better for the environment. Many consumers feel that they purchased a trusted and reliable brand, and they feel let down by the manufacturer. They may not have purchased or leased their vehicle had they known about the Scotland Diesel Emissions scandal. They are concerned that the value of their vehicle has been affected by the scandal, or that it has affected their vehicle’s performance. Scotland Diesel Claims believe it is unacceptable for the public to be misled in this way and consumers are entitled to be compensated for the losses they have suffered.