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3M Earplug Lawsuit

Military Hearing Loss or Tinnitus?

If you served in the United States military and are now suffering from hearing loss or tinnitus due to defective 3M earplugs, you may be entitled to compensation from the manufacturer.

Simply fill out a form, or call (866) 258-5828 now to start your Free Case Review. We are available 24/7 to evaluate your military hearing loss claim. Find out if you qualify; risk-free and cost-free.

Our firm represents thousands of current servicemembers and veterans across the U.S. seeking legal action against 3M. Let us help you pursue a lawsuit and fight for the compensation you deserve.


3M Earplug Lawsuit

Military Hearing Loss or Tinnitus?

If you served in the United States military and are now suffering from hearing loss or tinnitus due to defective 3M earplugs, you may be entitled to compensation from the manufacturer.

Simply fill out a form, or call (866) 258-5828 now to start your Free Case Review. We are available 24/7 to evaluate your military hearing loss claim. Find out if you qualify; risk-free and cost-free.

Our firm represents thousands of current servicemembers and veterans across the U.S. seeking legal action against 3M. Let us help you pursue a lawsuit and fight for the compensation you deserve.


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A court will consider if a mass tort lawsuit is permissible by determining:
  • whether a large number of plaintiffs are involved
  • whether the plaintiffs are located near or far from each other;
  • whether the injuries sustained are similar among the plaintiffs;
  • whether the claims arose from the same cause (defective toy, car part, oil spill, etc.)
Defective products, such as car parts, toys, or other consumer goods. Pharmaceutical drugs, such as those that are later linked to severe or fatal health consequences Environmental hazards, such as polluted water sources contaminated by nearby industrial sites or an oil leak.
Thousands of lawsuits across the country may be filed with a mass tort. These lawsuits are filed in numerous federal district courts. In a mass tort, federal judges will consolidate the thousands of lawsuits into a single proceeding. One judge in a single federal district court will oversee litigation, allowing for consistent rulings and a more expeditious process for the plaintiffs.