Do you, or did you, own or lease a
Mercedes diesel vehicle in the UK?

You may have been deceived on the price you paid and the level
of emissions represented to you and be entitled to compensation

Fox Williams LLP investigating litigation against Mercedes in England and Wales following $700 million Class-Action Settlement in the US.

On 14th September 2020, the US Department of Justice announced Daimler AG, on behalf of its subsidiary Mercedes-Benz, will also pay a civil penalty totaling $875 million, the largest per-vehicle penalty ever imposed for a mobile emissions violation under the Clean Air Act.

Mercedes vehicle owners, lessees and fleet operators of affected diesel cars in England and Wales now have the opportunity to potentially recover thousands of pounds from Mercedes for their dirty diesel emissions. 

Fox Williams LLP, in collaboration with Hagens Berman (a US consumer-rights firm who represented owners in the US settlement), are investigating litigation to ensure consumers and fleet operators in England and Wales are protected.


If you own or owned a Mercedes diesel vehicle, sold between 2008 and 2018, you can potentially make a claim for compensation.  There are believed to be over 600,000 affected Mercedes vehicles in the UK (including private cars, commercial vehicles and vans) with over 1.25m owners of those vehicles who could claim.  If you are one of those owners, we can help.

A list of vehicles and models believed to be affected is here

If you are unsure of your vehicle make or whether your Mercedes is impacted, please do complete the form and we will be in touch.

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