VW Cars Recalled Due To Emissions

Did you buy a "Clean Diesel" Volkswagen or Audi within the last few years? If so, you may have a potential VW lawsuit. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) states that many of these reputedly "clean" cars are actually emitting up to 40 times more pollution than the acceptable standard.

Legal action on your part can potentially provide compensation to cover the lost value of your vehicle, its reduced fuel efficiency and other losses you face as a result of the auto manufacturer's deceptive practices.

Turn to the Tennessee law firm of Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers. We are based in Chattanooga, near the only Volkswagen manufacturing plant in the United States. Together, our team of attorneys has more than 140 years of combined experience representing people like you across the region. Learn how we can help: call 423-933-2738 today.

Is Your Volkswagen or Audi One of Those Affected?

Although not all diesel Volkswagens and Audis were affected by faulty emissions software, many were. Your car may need to be recalled if it is one of the following models:

  • Audi A3 TDI manufactured between 2010 and 2015
  • Beetle TDI manufactured between 2012 and 2015
  • Beetle TDI Convertible manufactured between 2012 and 2015
  • Golf TDI manufactured between 2010 and 2015
  • Golf TDI Sportwagen manufactured in 2015
  • Jetta TDI manufactured between 2009 and 2015
  • Jetta TDI Sportwagen manufactured between 2009 and 2014
  • Passat TDI manufactured between 2012 and 2015

You May Have Been Cheated Out of Thousands of Dollars

If you bought a "Clean Diesel" car, you likely paid up to $7,000 more for an engine that was supposed to save fuel, minimize dangerous emissions and help protect the environment. Now the truth is out. The extra money you spent may have been in vain. You likely paid much more for much less than advertised — and you deserve justice.

Learn About Your Options

In addition to facing potential criminal charges for its deceptive practices, Volkswagen AG is facing heavy fines from the U.S. government for violating the Clean Air Act. Such federal fines could reach more than $37,000 for each vehicle, potentially totaling up to $18 billion.

However, these possible criminal charges and fines by the federal government are different from any lawsuit you may bring. You may have the right to pursue justice and financial compensation on your own behalf. We encourage you to learn more by calling Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers in Chattanooga, Tennessee, at 423-933-2738 or contact us online. We will carefully review your VW emissions situation and advise you about your legal options. The consultation is absolutely free.

Plus, we take product liability cases like this on a contingency fee basis, which means our lawyers only get paid if they successfully recover money for you.