3M Combat Arms™ Earplugs
Defective Military Earplug Attorneys in Connecticut
Between 2003 and 2015, manufacturer and United States military supplier 3M supplied a version of the Combat Arms™ Earplugs (CAEv.2) as standard-issue hearing protection to service members in training and in active combat. Recently, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) reported the company has paid over $9 million to settle a lawsuit over this defective product.
Allegations now suggest 3M—and its predecessor, Aearo Technologies, Inc.—neglected to inform users on how to properly apply or use the earplugs. Despite being aware of potential design defects, 3M continued to supply the product as standard-issue hearing protection to the armed forces and as a result, service members suffered hearing loss or deteriorated hearing.
Carter Mario Will Protect Your Rights
At Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, we believe the manufacturers of defective products should be held accountable for the damage their products cause you or your loved ones. We are currently accepting cases from former and active military members who suffered new hearing loss, worsening of existing hearing loss, or tinnitus after using 3M Combat Arms™ Earplugs.
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We Will Fight for You and Be Your Advocate
Carter Mario Injury Lawyers fights for your rights—and will do everything possible to get you the justice you deserve. If you or someone you love has suffered hearing damage, hearing loss, or tinnitus after using military-issue 3M Combat Arms™ Earplugs (CAEv.2) during or after serving in armed forces training or combat; you may be entitled to compensation.
Contact the defective product attorneys from Carter Mario Injury Lawyers at 203-876-2711 to get the legal help you need today.