Were You in The Military & Deployed Between 2003 to 2015 and used Combat Arms Earplugs?
Hearing Loss & Tinnitus Claim Form
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Military Contractor Knew About Defective Product and Put Millions of Service Members at Risk
3M allegedly created the Combat Arms Earplugs (CAEv2) with a faulty design that would loosen while being worn. This faulty design allowed harmful noise and sound to cause damage to the ear canal & ear drum resulting in hearing loss or tinnitus.
If you were deployed in the Military between 2003-2015 and were diagnosed with hearing loss or tinnitus while wearing Combat Arms Earplugs (CAEv2), you may be entitled to significant compensation.
Faulty Earplugs Standard Issue for 10+ Years
The Combat Arms Earplugs (CAEv2) were issued in multiple branches of the military between 2003-2015. As a result, thousands of soldiers suffered hearing loss & tinnitus while deployed overseas to various combat zones or conflicts.
Based on the Department of Justice (DOJ) findings, 3M knew about the defective design since 2000. Then in July 2018, 3M paid $9.1 Million to resolve the Department of Defense allegations that they knew of the faulty earplugs (CAEv2) and sold them to the military. Yet, 3M has not helped or paid compensation to the thousands of service members who may have been diagnosed with hearing loss or tinnitus between 2003-2015.
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