3M Paid the U.S. Government to Resolve Allegations that It Sold Defective Earplugs

In 2018, 3M Company paid the U.S. Government more than $9 million to settle allegations that it and a company named Aero Technologies, Inc. knowingly sold defective earplugs to the U.S. Military, for soldiers to use in training and combat. The U.S. government lawsuit alleged that the defective earplugs were sold to the United States for more than a decade, were standard issue to U.S. soldiers between 2003 and 2015, and likely caused hundreds of thousands of soldiers to suffer hearing loss and tinnitus (ringing in the ears).

How Can I Get Compensation for My Hearing Loss or Tinnitus Caused by Defective 3M Earplugs?

Although 3M paid the federal government millions of dollars to resolve claims that it sold defective earplugs, that money is not going to soldiers who suffered hearing loss or tinnitus. Hundreds of soldiers have filed lawsuits against 3M seeking compensation.

If You Served In The U.S. Military Between 2003 And 2015, Used Dual End Earplugs, And Suffered Tinnitus Or Hearing Loss, Contact The Maryland Attorneys At Gordon, Wolf & Carney at 410-825-2300.

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