defective 3m® earplugs linked to hearing issues

defective 3m® earplugs linked to hearing issues

3m® was ordered to pay a $9 million fine after it mislead the government regarding the effectiveness of their earplugs.


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what happened with 3m's® earplugs?

To protect our troops hearing, 3m®was contracted by the government to provide earplugs to our servicemembers. however, a whistleblower recently exposed that 3m® was aware of the defects in the earplugs yet continued to sell them to the military.

now, thousands of current and former service members are coming forward to hold 3m® accountable for failing to protect our troops from hearing-related issues such as hearing loss and tinnitus.

those that have been impacted by 3m's® neglect are encouraged to come forward. receiving a case review is 100% free and confidential.


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records show that over 140,000 current and former service members have filed claims against 3m®.


some of the first service members file individual claims against 3m® for their defective earplugs.


3m® is ordered to pay over $9 million in fines to the government for providing defective earplugs to the military.


a qui tam lawsuit is filed against 3m® claiming that the company was aware of the defects in their earplugs, yet continued to sell them to the military for profit.


as more and more service members suffer from hearing issues, the government cancels its contract with 3m®.

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