Interview: Defective 3M Military Earplugs: What Went Wrong?

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Soldiers are exposed to loud, potentially damaging blasts of noises while serving in combat. For several years, soldiers were provided with earplugs that were supposed to protect their ears from damage. Several lawsuits allege that these earplugs are defective and failed to do their jobs.

In this interview, Merrida Coxwell explains everything going on with the defective 3M military earplugs litigation. He also explains what injured service men and women can do if they’re suffering from hearing problems.

Merrida Coxwell is a personal injury attorney and managing partner at Coxwell & Associates, PLLC, based in Jackson, Mississippi.

Contact him directly at 888-592-5505.

Topics covered in this interview:

  • What happened with the 3M military earplugs?
  • What kind of earplugs were defective?
  • Did 3M know about the defects beforehand?
  • What about the previous 3M lawsuit that they settled with the US Government? Will service men and women see any of that money?
  • What is currently happening with the lawsuits filed by veterans?
  • Can veterans still file lawsuits against 3M? Is it too late?
  • How much does it cost to meet with an attorney and learn about your legal options?
  • Would a lawsuit against 3M affect veterans who are already receiving VA disability?

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