Disabled Veterans Can Afford 3M Earplug Injury Lawyers

Right now money may be tight, and even if it isn’t you likely don’t want to spend your money paying an attorney because of someone else’s mistake. Yet, you want to get the recovery that you deserve if you suffer tinnitus or hearing loss because the 3M Dual-ended Combat Arms ™ earplugs that you were given in the military failed to protect you from injury.

Don’t Worry About the Cost of an Attorney

Our experienced lawyers don’t want money—and more specifically, attorney’s fees—to ever be a barrier to your fair recovery. You had every reason to trust that the standard-issue 3M Dual-ended Combat Arms™ earplugs that the government provided for you would be designed to protect your hearing. That didn’t happen, and now you are paying the physical price for 3M’s negligence.

You shouldn’t also have to pay the financial price. Instead, Hupy and Abraham is pleased to offer you a:

  • Free Consultation. We believe that you shouldn’t hire a lawyer until you know two things. First, you need to know if you need an attorney or if you can handle the matter on your own, and second, you need to know if you have a legal case worth pursuing.
  • Win or It’s Free Guarantee. We also believe that pursuing a legal recovery shouldn’t be a financial risk. Therefore, our clients only pay us an agreed-upon percentage of their financial recovery instead of an hourly fee.

For these reasons, it won’t cost you anything to pursue a lawsuit until you recover damages. However, if you don’t take any action, then your costs could be significant. You may never recover for your medical bills, lost income, out-of-pocket expenses, physical pain, or emotional suffering. You may be financially worse off than you would be if you did pursue a lawsuit.

Don’t take any chances with your financial future. Instead, quickly complete our contact form or call us to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.

Jason F. Abraham
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Helping car accident and personal injury victims throughout Wisconsin, Illinois and Iowa since 1993.