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3M Combat Earplugs Linked To Hearing Loss & Other Issues

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These lawsuits claim that 3M knew that their combat earplugs were defective and were not long enough to effectively protect soldiers' hearing during combat. They knew this prior to selling them to the military. Lawsuits are being filed by veterans whose hearing was damaged or have been diagnosed with tinnitus.
The manufacturers are the defendants in these cases, specifically 3M in this instance. Doctors,  Nurses, and Otolaryngologists who may have been consulted or provided treatment or diagnosis are not.

What is This Lawsuit For?

3M agreed to pay $7.1 million to settle allegations that it supplied the United States with defective dual-ended combat arms earplugs.

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July 26, 2018

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Who Are Combat Earplugs Lawsuits Against?

Have There Been Any Settlements or Payouts?

There have been several courts that have awarded settlements over the past several years. The most recent verdict was for $7.1 million in April of this year, $2.1 million for each of the 3 veterans in the suit. While each settlements amounts will vary, thousands of cases are being filed and the deadline is approaching soon.

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BREAKING: $7.1 Million verdict awarded to 3 former military veterans. They claimed their hearing loss or tinnitus was caused by combat earplugs that failed to work.