BMW Diesel Class Action
Have you ever owned or leased a BMW diesel vehicle? You may be entitled to compensation.
GMP Law is investigating a class action claim against BMW over the manipulation and misreporting of its Engine Testing, in relation to their diesel vehicles, particularly with Emissions.
This class action is on behalf of people who own or leased the affected BMW diesel vehicles, and the compensation could potentially be a significant proportion of the purchase price of the vehicle for each owner. In some instances, there may be an entitlement to a refund.
If you own or lease a BMW diesel vehicle you could be eligible for compensation if the class action is successful.
About the Claim
BMW has been subject to investigations by German and European authorities over the installation of ‘cheat devices’ in their engines which would misreport its performance under testing, particularly of its emissions of Nitrogen Oxide (NOx).
NOx is toxic and harmful and has been associated with, amongst other things climate change, acid rain, and respiratory conditions, such as childhood asthma. In misrepresenting their engine emissions, BMW is likely to have caused irreversible environmental damage.
Owners and lessees of affected vehicles appear to have been misled about the performance of their BMW vehicles. We are seeking to hold BMW accountable for its actions. We will fight for compensation on behalf of owners and lessees of affected BMW vehicles.
GMP Law is committed to taking to task car manufacturers that flagrantly take advantage of consumers worldwide, particularly honest Australians in this climate conscious world!
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No Win - No Fee
We will act for class members on a 'No Win-No Fee' basis.
This means that we will only charge professional legal fees and out-of-pocket expenses if the claim is successful. At the successful outcome of the matter the Court can be expected to make an order that BMW pay the claimants’ professional legal fees and out-of-pocket expenses.
We presently intend to commence proceedings in the Supreme Court of Victoria and to apply for a Group Costs Order. If a Group Costs Order is made, the Court may allow a court approved percentage of the amount of compensation or damages to be deducted and paid to the lawyers conducting the case.
In the event that the claim is not successful, you will not be personally liable for BMW’s professional legal fees and out-of-pocket expenses.
Am I eligible to be included in the claim?
You may be eligible to be included in the BMW diesel class action if you bought or leased a diesel BMW vehicle (new or second hand) that was manufactured on or after 1 January 2008.
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Class members who register with our firm will receive (a) regular updates and advice concerning the progress of the case, (b) assistance in obtaining such information as may be necessary in connection with the resolution of your individual claim if the case is successful and (c) advice as to what damages may be recoverable in respect of your individual claim.