3M Earplug Lawsuit Q&A With Kelly Guice
POSTED BY Jan Dils . February 4, 2019
Recently our firm shared some information regarding a lawsuit in which Veterans who were issued 3M Dual-Ended Combat Arms Earplugs (CAEv2) may be entitled to compensation. There is a lot of information available right now, but it can be confusing for Vets. This is especially true for Veterans who haven’t hired an attorney before. So, what is a Veteran to do if he or she is hesitant to call an attorney? We recognize that this can be overwhelming, so we asked Lead Personal Injury Attorney Kelly Guice to sit down and explain what Veterans need to know about the earplug lawsuit. In the video below Kelly explains which Veterans are eligible, what to expect when you pursue a claim, and how the earplugs failed.
While many Veterans have issues with hearing loss and tinnitus, only certain Veterans are impacted by this class action lawsuit. Veterans exposed to loud environments, including those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, are especially vulnerable. You may qualify if you:
- Served from 2003-2015
- Were issued Dual-Ended Combat Arms Earplugs (CAEv2) while serving
- Suffer from permanent hearing loss and/or tinnitus
Since 2008, Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, has helped thousands of Veterans get the VA Disability Benefits they deserve. We know that hearing loss impacts millions of Veterans, and it is one of the top claims filed by Veterans every year. If you are a Veteran struggling with hearing loss, you may be entitled to compensation.
Call Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law today for a free consultation. Our toll-free number is 877.526.3457. If you can’t talk now, fill out this form and a member of our team will contact you at a better time.
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