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In March 2020, the High Court of England and Wales handed down judgment in a ‘preliminary issue’ hearing on whether the decision of the German road vehicle authority that the software was in fact a ‘defeat device’ was binding in the English courts. The Judge found that it was and that the software in the vehicles “did indeed amount to a prohibited ‘defeat device.’ The Judge concluded that VW’s attempt to re-litigate the issue here was an “abuse of the process.”


vehicles sold in the UK were fitted with emissions test cheating software.

Volkswagen vehicles were equipped with software that systematically circumvented legal emissions standards.

£4,000 - £6,000
“A software function which enables a vehicle to pass the test because (artificially) it operates the vehicle in a way which is bound to pass the test and in which it does not operate on the road is a fundamental subversion of the test … it destroys the utility of the test.”


In a news release issued on September 22, 2015, Volkswagen admitted it had intentionally programmed software in more than 11 million cars worldwide to cheat emissions tests starting in 2009 by activating emissions controls only during testing. During regular driving, the cars emitted 10 to 40 times more pollution.

In January 2020, a court in Canada ordered the German carmaker to pay a fine of $196.5 million after it pleaded guilty to violating environmental laws. VW already paid $87 million in Australia and is in negotiations to settle a massive lawsuit launched by hundreds of thousands of German drivers. Despite all of this, VW continues to deny that this software is unlawful.


• Financial Restitution. If you purchased an affected vehicle, you likely overpaid for it and may struggle to sell it on the secondary market for full value. This claim aims to make sure you get what you are entitled to. Also, your car might have been less fuel efficient than promised.
• No Risk. This claim is dedicated to making this process simple and straightforward. Once you have provided the information about your affected vehicle, your case will be handled from start to finish at no cost to you unless we get a recovery on your behalf.
• Corporate Accountability. No person or corporation is above the law regardless of wealth or power. We believe that Volkswagen has been profoundly dishonest with their customers, causing financial and physical harm to you. Joining this claim sends the message to Volkswagen and all other involved/relevant corporations that they will be held accountable for their behavior.
• Your Health. According to a report from the European Federation for Transport and Environment, aggregate traffic pollution in Europe costs Europeans an estimated 60 billion euros annually and is responsible for hundreds of thousands of premature deaths each year. NOx from vehicles is a significant source of traffic pollution and is a known irritant to the lungs and cause of respiratory problems like asthma, wheezing, coughing, colds, and bronchitis. Children are particularly susceptible to the harmful effects of NOx. Volkswagen’s conduct may have placed your health, and the health of children and the elderly, at risk by intentionally violating emission standards.
• The Environment. NOx is a dangerous carbon-based pollutant that is responsible for acid rain, global warming, smog and deterioration of the ozone layer. Taking legal action will deter Volkswagen and other companies from putting their profits above your health and the planet.

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