You Vowed to Protect Your Country.

So Why Didn’t the Makers of Your Combat Earplugs Vow to Protect Your Hearing?

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Contact us if you have hearing loss and served 2003 to 2015 or if you are the spouse of someone with hearing loss. We are working with men and women in this litigation.

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# Combat Hearing Loss Lawsuit

It’s No Secret.
3M Company has already agreed to pay $9.1 million

to resolve serious claims that it sold dual-ended Combat Arms Earplugs to the U.S. military without disclosing known problems with the earplugs. In fact, the U.S. Government alleged that these specific earplugs were defective and put users at risk for serious and permanent hearing loss.

Since the U.S. government complaint alleged that 3M knew about these flaws and sold the earplugs to the military despite the risks, 3M could be at fault for any hearing loss you have experienced.


Are You Eligible for Part of the $9.1M Settlement?

The United States government’s lawsuit has resulted in significant payments by 3M. This is important because our government needs to show companies that sell products to our military that fraud of any type will not be tolerated. However, none of that $9.1M will go to injured military men and women like you.

You have to take individual legal action through a civil lawsuit to be eligible for compensation for your hearing loss from a corporation like 3M.

If you are or were in the military, wore these earplugs and suffered hearing loss, please contact us here to learn about legal action to obtain compensation. Taking individual legal action is the only way to make sure that you do not miss out on potential compensation for your hearing loss.

Contact us here if you served 2003 – 2015 and have hearing loss or tinnitus. If you are the spouse of someone with hearing loss we want to hear from you too.

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“The Department of Justice is committed to protecting the men and women serving in the United States military from defective products and fraudulent conduct,” said Acting Assistant Attorney General Chad A. Readler of the Department’s Civil Division. “Government contractors who seek to profit at the expense of our military will face appropriate consequences.”

—Press Release Issued by the Department of Justice, July 26, 2018, in response to the settlement with 3M