Did you wear defective earplugs during foreign conflicts between 2003 and 2015?

Military Hearing Loss Claims

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Defense Contractor Knowingly Put Millions of Service Members at Risk for Hearing Loss

If you wore dual-sided Combat Arms Earplugs™(CAEv2) during foreign conflicts between 2003 and 2015 and were diagnosed with or suffer from tinnitus or hearing loss, you may be entitled to Significant Compensation.

Combat Arms Earplugs™ made by 3M allegedly have a dangerous design that can cause them to subtly loosen while being worn. This defect can allow dangerous sounds to enter the ear canal and cause hearing damage, one of the largest ongoing medical problems facing soldiers today.

Defective Earplugs Were Standard Issue for more Than 10 Years

CAEv2 were standard issue in certain branches of the military during foreign conflicts between 2003 and 2015 and may have caused thousands of soldiers to suffer significant hearing loss and tinnitus, and exposed millions more to the risks of hearing damage caused by the allegedly defective earplugs.

According to the DOJ lawsuit, 3M has known since 2000, that the earplugs were defective. Originally created by Aearo Technologies, 3M hired Aearo employees who developed and tested the earplugs after acquiring the company in 2008. These employees were aware of the defects as early as 2000, several years before 3M became the exclusive provider of selective attenuation earplugs to the military.

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