Edwin Coe is assisting a cohort of truck rental companies. The companies in question had sizeable truck fleets in the cartel period (1997 – 2011) and rented out their trucks to third parties on a short or long term basis.

As a result of the cartel, any business which purchased, leased or outsourced trucks weighing six tonnes or more between 1997 and 2011 is likely to have overpaid for its vehicles. Edwin Coe, the UK’s leading group action litigation firm, in conjunction with Affiniti, is leading a group action on behalf of claimants seeking damages from the truck manufacturers, which will be a cost and risk free claims process.

If your business rented trucks to third parties and you had a fleet of at least 100 trucks in total during the cartel period, please contact Zahira Hussain about the claim for damages. Alternatively, you can register your claim by completing the relevant online questionnaire(s) and, on receipt of your completed questionnaire(s), we will be in touch.

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