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Caterpillar C13 and C15 ACERT Diesel Engine National Class Action

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CONSUMER LAW GROUP has launched a Canada-wide class action lawsuit against Caterpillar on behalf of individuals who purchased and/or leased trucks, buses and other heavy duty vehicles with a model year 2007 through 2011 Caterpillar C13 and/or C15 Advanced Combustion Emission Reduction Technology (“ACERT”) diesel engine.

The class action alleges that Caterpillar failed to disclose, despite longstanding knowledge, that the ACERT system in the Engines is defective and predisposed to constant failure, including, but not limited to engine derating, shutdown, aftertreatment regeneration devices plugging, failing and/or clogging, as well as other failures that prevented the engines from properly functioning.

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The class action lawsuit identifies the group of affected persons as:

All persons, entities or organizations resident in Canada who purchased and/or leased trucks, buses and other heavy duty vehicles with a model year 2007 through 2011 Caterpillar C13 and/or C15 Advanced Combustion Emission Reduction Technology (“ACERT”) diesel engine.

If you or someone you know owns or leases a trucks, buses and other heavy duty vehicles with a model year 2007 through 2011 Caterpillar C13 and/or C15 Advanced Combustion Emission Reduction Technology (“ACERT”) diesel engine and you wish more information on potential compensation or to be kept advised of the status of the Caterpillar C13 and C15 ACERT Diesel Engine Class Action litigation or any resulting compensation resulting from the Caterpillar C13 and C15 ACERT Diesel Engine Class Action Lawsuit in Canada, Quebec or Ontario, please provide your contact information to our law firm using the below form.

IF YOU WISH TO JOIN THE CLASS ACTION OR TO SIMPLY GET MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM BELOW. Please note that providing your information creates no financial obligation for you. You are not charged any fee or cost for joining this class action. Our law firm is paid a contingency fee from the compensation recovered, only if the class action is successful. All information contained in this transmission is confidential and Consumer Law Group agrees to protect this information against unauthorized use, publication or disclosure.

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