Have you had any hearing complications after being issued 3-M earplugs in the military?
In the summer of 2018, 3M settled a False Claims Act case it had pending with the U.S. Department of Justice. The case involved 3M Combat Arms Earplugs, Version 2 (CAEv2) which were faulty and worn by all branches of the U.S. military both in the Iraq War and in Afghanistan.
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Review TitleThousands of our veterans have complained of hearing loss and tinnitus since returning from duty. These earplugs may be the reason why. If you have suffered, we want to hear from you for review.
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3M earplug Complications
Evidence suggests that the company was aware the earplugs were defective in 2000, three years before they assured the military that the devices would protect U.S. service members from hearing damage. The company did not recall the earplugs. They did not warn the military about the dangers.
If you have used 3-M earplugs and have experienced any of these side effects, contact a 3-M earplug lawyer at Tort Media Group today for a free consultation. Don’t wait, get the caring, professional help you deserve today by calling or filling out the on-screen form.