Last Chance For US Service Members To Qualify For 3M Settlement ($9.1M)
In July 2018, 3M paid $9.1 million to the government to resolve Department of Defense allegations that the company sold dangerous and defective Combat Arms Earplugs ™ (CAEv2) to the military for more than a decade without warning they were defective.
Do you suffer from ear damage as a result of 3M’s Negligence?
Do you believe you should be compensated for your hearing damage and benefit from a settlement?
3M has yet to help the service members who may have suffered serious hearing damage when the earplugs they depended on loosened and exposed them to dangerous sound levels. If you were discharged and diagnosed with or are suffering from hearing loss or tinnitus after serving in a foreign conflict and wearing CAEv2 earplugs, you might qualify for significant financial compensation.