IF you own a diesel vehicle sold from 2008 to 2019, it might be emitting dangerous levels of pollution.
Seven years after the Dieselgate scandal there are still over 13 million vehicles on the road, emitting high levels of toxins into the air and that’s where Diesel Emission Claim comes into help.
According to the European Environment Agency, air pollution remains the primary environmental health risk in Europe.
Diesel vehicle emissions, primarily include nitrogen dioxide which has been linked to an estimated 64,000 premature deaths annually.
Less than a decade ago, you might remember when the scandal news first broke.
Vehicle software cheated air pollution tests by adjusting the engine to emit less, making it look like a low-emissions vehicle, when in fact they were emitting dangerous levels of pollutants.
Misleading customers in the first instance means that many who were sold a diesel vehicle could be entitled to compensation.
Previously unaware that money can indeed be reclaimed, car users are turning to Diesel Emission Claims to find out whether or not they could be owed up to £10,000.
How to make a claim
The process is simple to get started, consumers just need to visit the website.
Once there, you will go through an initial validation process, which includes an online vehicle lookup to check if your car is eligible for a potential claim, check ownership duration and provision of contact information.
Additionally, customers will need to sign a confirmation form to allow consent for their details to be passed onto the legal team.
After the online validation process is complete, you will then be contacted by either a paralegal or solicitor for further information.
Users have a cooling-off period and can terminate their representation if required.
This means that they can change their mind and opt out of the service within a certain period of time.