Hundreds of people have died in crashes involving the Boeing 737 MAX 8. Injury attorney Lewis S. "Mike" Eidson , who has many years of experience with international aviation litigation , says that a defective design and lack of training caused these plane crashes.
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3M Defective Military Earplugs
Many veterans are finding that they have something in common: serious injuries related to ear damage.
These injuries stem from alleged defects in standard-issue earplugs that were issued to service members from 2000 to 2016. The alleged defect related to improper sealing, which allowed harmful and damaging sounds to reach the ears. As a result, many military service men and women have reported injuries and...
Did defective military earplugs cause hearing-related injuries to thousands of US veterans? 3M is currently facing legal action based on allegedly defective combat earplugs they made that were standard issue to military service members for several years. Now, many veterans say that they suffer from hearing loss, ringing in the ears, and balance problems because the earplugs didn't work. In this interview, Mike Eidson explains how this isn't the...
With commercial airline travel in the US generally safe, what caused the Southwest airplane accident and engine explosion that left one woman dead and many others injured? How can we be sure this type of plane accident does not happen again? Aviation litigator and Florida attorney Mike Eidson adds his commentary on this
3M’s website calls them “the world’s softest earplugs.” But these devices may have contributed to long-term hearing damage for thousands upon thousands of veterans, hundreds of whom are now filing suit against the company, alleging that the products failed to protect their ears from combat-related noise damage.
The Department of Justice has already settled its own case against 3M. In 2018, the company paid $9.1 million to the U.S....
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