The law firm Balduin & Partner successfully represents Porsche drivers throughout Germany in the Diesel scandal (Dieselgate). Porsche AG or Audi AG have already been sentenced several times by German courts to damages or to rescind the purchase contract because the Porsche Cayenne, Macan and Panamera models were also fitted with illegal shut-off devices, as was the case with the parent company Volkswagen.
We can announce the following judgments, which have awarded the owners of Porsche or Audi vehicles with 3.0 TDI V6 engines either damages or the rescission of the purchase contract:
LG Stuttgart, jud. of 24.10.2018 – 22 O 101/16
LG Stuttgart, jud. of 24.10.2018 – 22 O 348/16
LG Stuttgart, jud.of 25.10.2018 – 6 O 175/17
LG Kiel, jud. of 30.10.2018 – 12 O 406/17
LG Dortmund, jud. of 15.01.2019 – 12 O 262/17
LG Bochum, jud. of 08.02.2019 – I-4 O 101/18
LG Dortmund, jud. of 26.03.2019 – 12 O 182/18
LG Ulm, jud. of 29.03.2019 – 3 O 157/18
LG Heidelberg, Jud. of 26.04.2019 – 5 O 43/18
LG Düsseldorf, jud. of 30.04.2019 – 11 O 127/18
LG Krefeld, jud. of 09.05.2019 – 5 O 141/18
LG Berlin, jud. of 21.05.2019 – 56 O 40/18
LG Ravensburg, jud. of 24.05.2019 – 2 O 79/18
LG Erfurt, jud. of 14.06.2019 – 10 O 783/18
LG Heilbronn, jud. of 02.07.2019 – 8 O 42/19
OLG Stuttgart, jud. of 25.04.2017 – 6 U 146/16
It is irrelevant whether you have purchased a new or used Porsche Diesel. Nor does it matter whether you purchased the car from a Porsche dealer, an independent dealer or a private individual.
In the case of the Porsche 911, Volkswagen admitted to having given incorrect consumption figures. This opens the way for you to reverse the purchase or leasing contract.
We have already been successful before many regional courts against the parent company Volkswagen. Especially before the regional courts in Stuttgart, Kiel, Düsseldorf, Duisburg, Essen and Wuppertal, we have had numerous successes in the diesel scandal. We know that 95 of the 115 district courts in Germany, Volkswagen and its subsidiaries such as Porsche, have already convicted in the diesel scandal. The Higher Regional Courts in Hamm, Karlsruhe, Oldenburg and Cologne have also issued positive judgments in favour of buyers in the diesel scandal.
This means that the clients were able to return their vehicles to the manufacturer and were reimbursed a large part of the purchase price.
If you have already received an invitation to a software update from Porsche, your Porsche is very likely to be affected by the diesel scandal. Even if you have already installed the update, you can still successfully take action against Porsche