"3M faces more than 230,000 claims tying earplugs sold to military for years of hearing problems"
"3 plantiffs were awarded $2.1 million each in punitive damages by a jury in the U.S District Court"
Manufacturer 3M failed to notify United State government that the dual-ended ear plugs were faulty which could cause partial or complete hearing loss to members of the military.
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3M Dual-Ended Military Earplugs
Manufacturer 3M created military grade dual-ended earplugs intended to be worn 1 of 2 ways. Inserted one way to block loud noises such as sounds of explosions the other way to allow soldiers to muffle these loud noises so they could communicate with each other. However, these earplugs were too short for proper insertion in the ear canal. Due to the short length of the device, they were prone to losing their seal within the ear no longer protecting the soldiers from loud noises. 3M knew this device was defective in the shape and size and did not disclose the design defect to the military or the repercussions.
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If you have used 3M Dual-Ended Earplugs and are now suffering from hearing loss, tinnitus or both, you may be able eligible to financial compensation for your losses.