Renault and Nissan Vehicle Emissions

We are excited to announce our collaboration with The Law Room to pursue diesel emissions claims for Renault and Nissan vehicles.

This action is set to commence within the next few weeks, and there is still time to join.

If you owned a Renault or Nissan diesel vehicle between 2010 and 2020, you may have a claim.

Complete the form to be part of this important legal action. Don’t miss out on your opportunity for potential compensation - act now to join and STOP companies taking advantage.

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Welcome to Our Diesel Emissions Claims FAQ

We’re here to help you understand your rights and the process of making a diesel emissions claim; it's not as daunting as you think! Let’s get started with some of our most frequently asked questions.

Q: What is a diesel emissions claim?

A diesel emissions claim is a way for vehicle owners or lessees to get back compensation if their diesel vehicle is found to emit more pollutants than legally allowed. This often involves manufacturers using illegal "defeat devices" to pass emissions tests.

Q: Why should I claim?

Filing a claim can help you receive compensation for your vehicle’s decreased value, potential increased fuel costs, and the environmental impact caused by the excess emissions. It’s also a way to hold manufacturers accountable.

Q: What does ‘No Win, No Fee’ mean?

‘No Win, No Fee’ means you won’t have to pay us anything unless we win your case and you receive compensation. This makes it risk-free for you to pursue your claim.

Q: What if my vehicle isn’t currently eligible?

Leave it with us. The claims work in a cycle, action is focused on particular manufacturers at any one time. If you register your vehicle with us, as soon as the action against your manufacturer is started we will let you know.  

Q: What information is needed for the eligibility check?

We need you to enter the registration number of any vehicles you wish us to check on our form, together with your name and address etc. Sign the digital agreement and we will take care of the rest of the process.

Q: What happens after I submit my claim?

Once you submit your claim, our team will review it and handle all the legal steps. We’ll keep you informed throughout the process, so you'll always know what’s happening.

Q: What compensation can I expect to receive?

Compensation can vary, but it might include reimbursement for your vehicle’s decreased value, higher fuel costs, and possibly additional damages for the inconvenience and environmental harm.

Q: How long does it take to resolve a claim?

The time to resolve a claim can vary, but we’ll work to get you the best result as quickly as possible. It might take several months to over a year, depending on the case complexity. More people joining the claim will help get a quicker resolution.

Q: What if I bought my vehicle second-hand?

Used vehicle owners can still claim if their vehicle is among the affected models. Check your eligibility with our free tool.

Q: What if I sold my affected vehicle?

Don't worry, you can still claim if you owned or leased the vehicle during the affected period.

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