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SIGNIFICANT Compensation May Be Available

If you used dual-sided Combat Arms Earplugs™ (CAEv2) during service you may be entitled to Significant Compensation

3M Responsible For:

  • Difficulty Hearing
  • Sensitivity to Sounds
  • Tinnitus (Ringing in Ears)
  • Distorted Hearing

Federal jury Awards $7.1 Million to Three Veterans

April 30, 2021

A federal jury in Florida has awarded $7.1 million in damages to three Army Veterans, finding that 3M Co. and subsidiary Aearo Technologies LLC failed to warn about design flaws in earplugs widely sold to the U.S. Military that ultimately caused hearing loss.

3M Ordered to Pay $1.05 Million to Veteran in FL

June 22, 2021

A United States Army veteran claims he used defective earplugs made by 3M Co. and its subsidiary Aearo Technologies LLC was awarded $1.05 million in damages for his hearing loss and tinnitus, a federal jury in Florida decided.

Falsified Hearing Tests

According to litigation, during initial testing of the earplugs, Aearo Technologies LLC (subsidiary of 3M) had determined that the standard fit for the earplugs would not pass the US Government's standards for military grade earplugs. So they instructed testers to manipulate the earplug and fold the flanges out to gain a higher testing score.

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Aearo knew of the issue, but failed to disclose this information to soldiers, thus causing hearing problems for numerous veterans.

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