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What is OUR claim about?

Corpcon Legal Ltd Europe is leading a claim on behalf of the largest group of affected car owners, whether individuals or businesses.

Before you can buy a car it must pass various tests designed to ensure it is fit for use.  These include things like crash-testing and road handling but also, crucially, emissions testing. 
These tests are the same throughout Europe. 

The testing process relies heavily on the honesty of manufacturers: often the tests are carried out ‘in-house’ and only observed by independent inspectors. Over the past twenty years, the maximum permitted levels of various pollutants have been steadily reduced by a series of regulations known as the ‘Euro’ standard. Beginning at Euro 1, and ending (in all likelihood) with the current Euro 6.  The Euro 5 standard (introduced in 2009) included a significantly lower limit for the production of NOx by diesel vehicles than previous iterations of the rules, and it is these rules that Volkswagen breached.
 

When we buy a car, we trust that the information provided to us by manufacturers is true. 
It is clear to us (and to the industry experts that we have spoken to) that:
 

  1. an EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) system does form part of a vehicles ‘emission control system’;
  2. the vehicles were fitted with ‘defeat devices’ on purpose which allowed them to appear to pass emissions tests; and
  3. the vehicles did not (and still do not / april 2018) meet the regulatory requirements necessary to register and sell a car in the UK, because the levels of NOx emitted are considered to bedangerous to public health.

After the 100% forced recognition of VW's liability, now a fact, it is VW's responsibility to actually compensate the following damage claims in real terms and not to delay retiring experts or insurers to train this process in the coming period:

We are committed to the following:

  • Remove software from the car, costs involved to compensate the victim, claim 2nd opinion costs at VW and compensation correspondingly reasonable damage costs (replacement car costs etc.)
  • Claims handling due to deception upon purchase, thus dissolution of the purchase agreement or an amicable route to settle the damage, to be made with the victim, up to 25% compensation of the purchase price of the car in question.
  • Compensation of all legal and damage costs to make the claims.
  • Compensation of, among other things, the depreciation of the car to an additional 10-15% of the car.