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3M Earplug Military Hearing Loss Claims

If you have been in the military anytime from 2002 to 2016 and suffer from tinnitus or hearing loss from wearing dual-sided Combat Arms EarplugsTM(CAEv2), then you may be entitled to significant compensation.

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If you or a loved one served on active duty in the United States Military between 2003 and 2015, suffered from damaged hearing during the course of your service, and potentially used the 3M™ earplugs during training and/or deployment, you may be eligible to pursue financial compensation.

If you wore Combat Arms Earplugs ™ (CAEv2) during foreign conflicts between 2002 and 2016 and were diagnosed with or suffer from tinnitus or hearing loss, you may be entitled to significant compensation.

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