You Can Afford a 3M Earplug Injury Lawyer

If you suffer from tinnitus or hearing loss, then you suffer from one of the most common injuries that United States veterans experience.

From 2003 -2015 3M Dual-ended Combat Arms™ earplugs were standard issue for most U.S. service members. These earplugs were supposed to protect you from tinnitus and hearing loss, but, unfortunately, they had a design defect that kept them from working as expected.

While you may be eligible for veteran’s disability benefits, veteran’s disability benefits will not fully compensate you for all of your injuries and losses. To get full compensation for your tinnitus or hearing loss, you must pursue a lawsuit.

3M Dual-ended Combat Arms Earplug™ Lawsuits With No Upfront Costs

Many U.S. service members and veterans worry about the cost of a lawsuit. However, our experienced lawyers firmly believe that cost should never be a barrier to justice. Accordingly, we offer you a:

  • Free, no-obligation consultation. Before you decide whether to pursue a lawsuit, you need more information about the pros and cons of filing a case and about how a case will work. Our lawyers are happy to provide this information to you during a free and confidential consultation.
  • Win or It’s Free Guarantee. Our lawyers are paid on a contingency fee basis. Therefore, we are only paid a percentage of your settlement or court award. If you don’t make a financial recovery in your case, then we won’t be paid.

For these reasons, you have nothing to risk and much to potentially gain by contacting an attorney about your legal rights.

If you fail to take action, it is important to remember that you may be leaving money for your past and future medical costs, lost income, out-of-pocket costs, physical pain, and emotional suffering on the table.

Don’t let this happen to you. Instead, contact Hupy and Abraham today by phone or through this website to schedule your first meeting with a 3M defective earplug lawyer.

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