Law Firms soliciting Diesel Owners

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  1. eheath

    eheath Member

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    I´ve been quiet on the forum but as a TDI owner (Audi and VW), I´m seeing ads on the web and FB for lawyers left and right.

    The Diesel Driver magazine has posted an online directory that I found helpful.

    Maybe some others will find it useful, too.

    VOLKSWAGEN DIESEL LITIGATION LAW FIRM DIRECTORY
     
  2. cyclopathic

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    Daddy called them "Ambulance Chasers"
     
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    congrats on coming over to the light after so many years with the evil empire.
     
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    If they are driving a diesel, then it´s ok.
     
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    you mean ambulances? Are they not?
     
  7. Trollbait

    Trollbait It's a D&D thing

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    Maybe not the smaller transport ones.
    The diesel ones even have overrides for their emission controls. We should stop that. Heaven forbid one ambulance spews out so extra NOx rushing a victim to the hospital while its DEF tank is empty.
     
  8. sdtundra

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    Every ambulance I drove had a diesel from the 7.3 to the 6.0 all the way back to our old box with a 6.9 non turbo....and 1 6.6 duramax which by far had the worst smell that seems to be common to GM diesels. Longevity and low end torque is why they went with them, we had a 1999 Ford with the 7.3 and in 2008 it had just under 520k miles and was getting ready to retire due to age

     
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    I got rid of my last TDI over four years and I just got a card in the mail to call the VW emission lawyer for my case review 24/7. They seem to be very accommodating. :p
     
  10. Trollbait

    Trollbait It's a D&D thing

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    You call them and tell them you want to sue because you would have kept the car if you had known it was killing everyone around you.
     
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    dbcassidy Toyota Hybrid Nation, 8 Million Strong

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    Yep, for longevity, you can't beat the 7.3 - a real work horse with durability, simplicity and reliability. It loves to pull or tow when loaded up.

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