3M™ Combat Earplugs lawsuit
Combat Arms™ Earplugs cause heaing loss in U.S. military personnel
If you or your loved one suffer hearing loss or tinnitus after using government issued combat earplugs during your service, submit your information now.
3M™ Combat Arms™ Earplugs lawsuit is not against the government or the armed services and does not affect disability benefits.
Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs
Manufactured by 3M™ and its predecessor, Aearo Technologies, Combat Arms™ Earplugs model #CAEv2 were meant to provide normal hearing while protecting eardrums from gunfire and explosions.
Manufacturers knew about design problems as early as 2000, when the earplugs failed to pass safety tests. The dual-ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs were found to have defects that decreased their effectiveness in protecting the hearing of soldiers using the plugs.
These special protective earplugs "Designed to meet the unique demands of the Armed Forces", says manufacturer 3M™. "The level-dependent technology used in the earplug has been tested and found to be protective up to approximately 190 dBP for outdoor exposures (sufficient to cover most of the weapons in the military inventory.)"
- Dual-end design
- Designed to allow user to hear low-level sounds when the yellow side of the earplug is inserted
- High-impulse noise attenuated quickly
- Fits most ear canals
- No batteries required
3M™ Combat Arms™ Earplugs Lawsuit Eligibility Check
If you or your family member, who served in combat zones and were issues earplugs by U.S. Military, suffered hearing loss, you may be entitled to significant financial compensation.
If you qualify, we will connect you with an experienced attorney, who specializes in dealing with such cases. Our attorneys provide free consultations to those who qualify. Call now to see if you qualify for a free consultation. Operators are available 24/7.
If you meet the requirements for a Combat Arms™ earplugs lawsuit, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation, after the lawsuit has been resolved.