Committed Defective Consumer Product Attorneys in North Carolina
Between 2003 and 2015, the United States military supplied a version of the Combat Arms Earplugs™ (CAEv.2) from 3M to service members in Iraq and Afghanistan as standard-issue hearing protection. Allegations suggest manufacturer 3M—as well as its predecessor, Aearo Technologies, Inc.—failed to instruct wearers on the proper application and use of the product. As a result, many service members who used the product suffered hearing loss or tinnitus.
About the Second-Generation 3M Combat Arms™ Earplugs
The company continued to supply the U.S. military despite being aware of its design defects—causing service members to experience deteriorated hearing or hearing loss. Recently, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) reported 3M has paid a settlement of over $9 million in a lawsuit pertaining to this defective product.
Understand Your Options
Henson Fuerst is currently accepting cases from both active and former service members who suffer new hearing loss, the worsening of existing hearing loss, or tinnitus after using 3M Combat Arms™ Earplugs. If you sustained hearing damage or loss after using 3M’s Combat Arms Earplugs CAEv2, we are prepared to evaluate your case for free—and provide the legal guidance you need.
At Henson Fuerst, we believe manufacturers must be held accountable for the damage a defective product can cause to you, a family member, or a loved one. Henson Fuerst will diligently advocate for your rights—and do everything in our power to ensure that justice is served. When you contact Henson Fuerst, our North Carolina Defective Product attorneys can review your legal options for free with you
Call Henson Fuerst at 866-677-0420 today for a Free Consultation.
We Can Help
If you or a loved one suffered hearing loss after using 3M’s Combat Arms™ Earplugs—and have questions about your legal options—call the experienced North Carolina Product Liability lawyers at Henson Fuerst Attorneys immediately at 866-677-0420. You can also complete a free initial consultation form online. Time may be limited to file your claim, so be sure to call right away.