3M Military Ear Plugs
The Problem: Members of the military were issued defective earplugs from 2005-2014.
The Response: Cases are being collected of service members who have developed a hearing loss or tinnitus.
What Can We Do to Help: Our experienced attorneys can review your medical records and advise you if filing a case is in your best interest.
The attorneys at Gallon, Takacs & Boissoneault are investigating allegations that 3M, a defense contractor to the US military, knowingly sold defective ear plugs for use by service members. Defective Combat Arms Earplugs Version 2 (CAEv2) were sold to the military from 2003-2015. The use of the defective earplugs have led to hearing loss and ringing in the ears. If you or someone you know served in the military and developed any of these symptoms after using Combat Arms Earplugs, contact us today. Find out if you can seek compensation for your injuries by completing our free case evaluation.
It is alleged 3M was aware prior to selling the earplugs to the military that testing procedures and fitting instructions were unlawfully manipulated. It is also claimed they sold the plugs from 2003 to 2015 “without disclosing the design defect.
The defective earplugs may have caused significant hearing loss in military veterans, including combat veterans. These earplugs were used extensively by service members where they were in close proximity to small arms, heavy artillery and rockets. These include service members who did tours in Afghanistan or Iraq; reserve members who were stateside but routinely fired weapons for training; as well as Navy and Air Force personnel. Current and former military service members who served any time from 2003 to 2015 may be entitled to compensation from 3M for their hearing loss or tinnitus.
If you or someone you know served in the military and have developed a hearing loss or tinnitus, please contact our firm at 1-800-Gallon1 (1-800-425-5661) or fill out a free case evaluation form. We want to help you get the compensation you deserve.