Defective 3M Combat Arms™ Military Earplugs

Have You Suffered Hearing Loss While Serving in the U.S. Military?

You May Have Been Issued Defective Earplugs.

Call Freeburn Hamilton For Help Today at 717-777-7777.

The 3M Company supplied Version 2 of the Combat Arms™ Earplugs (CAEv.2) to service members in Afghanistan and Iraq between 2003 and 2015 as standard-issue hearing protection. The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently indicated the company has settled a hearing-loss lawsuit over these defective products valued at more than $9 million.

According to the allegations in the lawsuit, manufacturer Aearo Technologies, Inc. and 3M, which acquired the company, failed to inform users on how to apply and use the Combat Arms Earplugs properly.

As a result, a number of service members suffered deteriorated hearing or hearing loss. Allegations suggest 3M, despite their awareness of potentially harmful design defects, continued to supply defective hearing protection to our servicemembers.

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The experienced defective-product attorneys at Freeburn Hamilton fight every single day to hold manufacturers of defective products accountable for the harm their products cause.

To help protect you, your family members, and your loved ones; we accept cases from both active-duty and former military personnel who used 3M Combat Arms Earplugs and now suffer from newly developed hearing loss, the worsening of existing hearing loss, or tinnitus.

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If you or a loved one has been seriously injured by a defective product, call Freeburn Hamilton for your free consultation at 717-777-7777 or 570-777-7777.

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