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08 October 2015 at 2:41 GMT
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Compensation law firm Maurice Blackburn says Volkswagen's recall of around 90,000 Australian vehicles means "a consumer class action is almost certainly now the only avenue for redress". Maurice Blackburn said the car manufacturer's recall does not address the compensation concerns of affected car owners, after it announced that Australian cars had been fitted with emissions test-cheating software. "Today’s announcement from VW had failed to provide any clarity on how it is intending to compensate consumers who might lose thousands of dollars in increased running costs or reduced re-sale value for affected vehicles," Maurice Blackburn class actions principle Damian Scattini said.
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