Defective 3M Military Combat Earplug Lawyers
The product liability injury law firm of Bisogno & Meyerson, is a highly respected personal injury law practice, in New York City, has achieved over $100 million in verdicts and settlements for seriously injured personal injury and defective product victims in New York and throughout the United States.
Our lawyers have decades of experience, in-depth knowledge, top medical experts, top engineers, and other the resources to navigate with success, sophisticated and complicated claims, that we file, on behalf of seriously injured New Yorkers, on a daily basis. Our personal injury law firm is experienced in handling major product liability cases and now we continue that tradition by representing Veterans in the Defective 3M Combat duel-ended Earplugs litigation cases, to hold the company 3M accountable for permanently damaging combat soldier’s hearing because the soldiers relied on 3M’s representations that the earplugs met all governmental contract requirements for hearing protection, which they did not.
The Bisogno & Meyerson Law Firm, is located in Brooklyn, in the vicinity of the Fort Hamilton Army Base and we are proud of our soldiers in the U.S. Military, including Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard, National Guard, and Reserve Components, and will work tirelessly to get combat military soldiers who served in the military between 2003-2015 and used the defective 3M Combat Arms Earbuds Version 2, during service, financial compensation, for their permanent hearing loss and tinnitus, caused by an auditory processing disorder (APD), and other hearing related damage, which could negatively effect your quality of life and future earnings capacity.
Soldiers are Suing 3M for Hearing Loss and Tinnitus due to using defective
3M Military Combat Duel- Ended Ear Plugs Version 2?
Soldiers who served in the military between 2003 and 2015, who utilized the ineffective 3M Combat Arms Earplugs, suffer from total or partial hearing loss, tinnitus from habitual or load noises, or buzzing and ringing in the ears, from using these earplugs while serving in the military, causing them a service-connected disability. The protective earplug device failed to protect soldiers from damaging noises during combat exercises and/or training. 3M the manufacturer of the duel-ended combat earplugs v2, despite knowledge to the contrary, insisted the earplugs would fit snugly and properly in the ear canal. However, when military personnel followed 3M’s standard fitting instructions, the edge of the third flange of the non-inserted end of the earplug presses against the wearer’s ear canal and folds back to its original shape, thereby loosening the seal in their ear canals and providing inadequate protection. Due to the defective symmetrical design of the earplugs, the distributed fitting instructions result in a loosening of the seal no matter which side of the duel-ended earplug a soldier uses. Additionally, the shaft between the two ends of the earplugs is also to short and contributes to the movement of the earplugs in the ear canal, which is unnoticed by the soldier, but nonetheless causes serious auditory damage.
When a you or a soldier you care about has been injured by 3M’s defective Military Combat Duel-Ended Version 2 earplugs, your bottom line is getting justice by getting the compensation you deserve ensuring financial security for you and your family. We have Won over 100 Million Dollars for Seriously Injured defective product and accident Victims. At Bisogno & Meyerson, LLC, Since 1994, we have served personal injury clients in Brooklyn, Staten Island, and throughout NYC and New York State. Our highly rated injury law firm has helped secure some of the largest settlements in New York. Since we have established a track record of success, the only thing that really matters is what we can do to help you, Veterans of our proud military.
Do I Qualify to bring a lawsuit against 3M regarding the Defective Combat Military Earplugs?
Many service members do not know if they were issued the defective 3M Duel-Ended Combat Arms Earblugs but still meet the requirements to bring litigation, please contact us so that we could investigate further.
To qualify for compensation due to hearing loss you must have.
- Served in the U.S military between 2003 and 2016
- Used military issued 3M Combat dual-end earplugs during military service
- Have documented unilateral, bilateral hearing loss, tinnitus, or other auditory injury
You can not have any disqualifying syndrome or disease, including:
- Waardenburg syndrome
- Branchiootorenal syndrome
- Stickler syndrome
- Usher syndrome
- Pendred syndrome
- Alport syndrome
- Meniere’s disease
The military issued the defective Combat Arms Earplugs plugs to millions of combat service members, serving overseas in combat zones, while engaged in foreign conflicts which include:
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It Costs You Nothing for our Defective 3M Combat Earplug Injury Lawyers to Investigate Your Hearing Loss & Learn About Your Options
At Bisogno & Meyerson, LLP, we give you 100 percent of our attention, consideration, and effort, 100 percent of the time. And that is how we plan to get you 100 percent of the compensation you deserve for your military service hearing loss as the result of the company 3M’s apparent fraud, negligence and/or reckless behavior. To schedule a free consultation with one of our skilled product liability hearing loss attorneys, please contact us online or call us at 718.745.0880. We also arrange Home or Military base visits if you can not make it to our office . All of our injury cases are taken on a contingency basis— so if we don’t win, you don’t pay a dime! That’s our guarantee to you!
Military Hearing Loss Resources
- Department of Justice. “3M Company Agrees to Pay $9.1 Million to Resolve Allegations That it Supplied the United States With Defective Dual-Ended Combat Arms Earplugs“, Department of Justice, .
- WILL MORRIS. “Contractor settles for $9.1 million after providing defective earplugs for servicemembers“, STARS AND STRIPES
- Military.com. “Tinnitus is Number One Disability For Veterans“, Military.com
- Mayo Clinic. “Tinnitus“, Mayo Clinic
- WebMD. “Hearing Loss“, WebMD