A defective military ear plugs injury lawsuit filed against 3M—a Minnesota-based company—was settled in July 2018. The defective military ear plugs injury lawsuit was brought under the whistleblower provisions of the False Claims Act, also known as qui tam. The lawsuit affects all those soldiers who served in Iraq or Afghanistan between 2003 and 2015 who experienced partial hearing loss, total hearing loss, tinnitus, buzzing in the ears or ringing in the ears after using these...
The thousands and thousands of American war veterans who routinely place their lives on the line to protect our nation’s freedom may have been victims of a government contractor who was more interested in making money than in the health and welfare of our troops. Soldiers who were deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq between 2003 and 2015 were routinely issued Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ ear plugs (CAEv2)...
If you are a veteran who was deployed to Afghanistan or Iraq between 2003 and 2015, you may be the victim of defective ear plugs sold to the military by 3M. These Combat Arms™ ear plugs have been found to have design defects which may have resulted in partial hearing loss, total hearing loss, tinnitus, ringing in the ears or buzzing in the ears.
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