[Attorney Promotion: U.S. Military Are Applying for 100% Free and Confidential Claim Evaluation]
Thousands of U.S. Military Service Members may finally demand cash compensation for their hearing loss but, sadly, most of them are simply unaware of their rights.
In 2003 the US military ordered The Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs, Version 2 (CAEv2) from Aearo Technologies. In 2008 3M acquired Aearo Technologies. Over the years between 2003 and 2015 3M supplied a maximum of 2.2 million earplugs to the US military, to use in war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In 2016 a Whistleblower lawsuit is filed under the “False Claims Act” by a competing Ear Plug manufacturer Moldex Metric Inc. The complaint alleged that 3M and Aearo Technologies both knew the Earplugs where defective and they even set up fraud testing to comply with the US military standard.
Following the lawsuit, many U.S. military service members came forward and demanded justice and compensation for tinnitus and hearing loss that they had to experience.
Quick Version: If you have been diagnosed with hearing loss or tinnitus after using the 3M dual-ended Combat Arms Earplugs while deployed in Iraq or Afghanistan you may be entitled to receive cash compensation. Applying for a claim evaluation is quick, free and 100% confidential.
Although testing conducted by 3M found that the earplugs were defective, the company falsified certification stating that the testing complied with military standards, according to the lawsuit…. Now hundreds of veterans are filing lawsuits against the company that manufactured and sold defective combat earplugs to the military.
People who are more likely to be entitled to compensation:
Some Victims Are Worried That Applying For This Service Will Require Out-Of-Pocket Expenses
Sadly, some victims will not apply for claim evaluation because they are worried that this service will require out-of-pocket expenses. This is not only wrong, but it’s in fact, quite the opposite.
Applying for a claim evaluation free, confidential, and there is absolutely no cost.
Maybe What Happened To Me Wasn’t That Big Of A Deal
Some U.S. veterans will downplay what happened to them and will try to push it to the back of their mind. Not only these may cause emotional distress, frustration, and financial difficulties over time, but our inaction is the very reason why companies have gotten away with these practices for such a long time. And it needs to stop.
No matter how minor violations may seem to you, companies may still be obligated by law to pay you.
When you Apply for compensation Today you will make one step closer to holding companies accountable and demand justice for yourself and also for other people who, for one or another reason, won’t receive the justice they deserve. Most importantly, you are claiming what is yours for yourself and for your family.