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Between 2003 and 2015, 3M manufactured the Dual-Ended Combat Arms™ Earplugs that were distributed to thousands of military personnel. In a recent settlement agreement with the United States Department of Justice, 3M agreed to pay $9.1 million to resolve allegations that they knowingly sold defective earplugs to the U.S. military. These settlement proceeds will not be distributed to military personnel. Our law firm, along with experienced referral law firm partners, are pursuing civil lawsuits to obtain compensation for hearing loss damages.

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Research has found evidence that links a common firefighting foam with the development of cancer in its users. Those that have been exposed to the dangerous chemicals by ingesting them orally, absorbing them through the skin, or inhaling them through the air are at risk of developing various types of cancer. If you are a veteran of a military base or a resident who lived near a military base and subsequently developed cancer from exposure to the firefighting foam, fill out our free case review to see if you are eligible for compensation without ever going to court.

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If you or a loved one are a U.S. military service member, veteran, or military contractor who suffered injuries from certain explosive terrorist devices between 2003 and 2011, you may have a claim for significant damages without ever going to court and even if you are already receiving disability or other compensation.

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Research has found evidence that links a common firefighting foam with the development of cancer in its users. Those that have been exposed to the dangerous chemicals by ingesting them orally, absorbing them through the skin, or inhaling them through the air are at risk of developing various types of cancer. If you are a veteran of a military base or a resident who lived near a military base and subsequently developed cancer from exposure to the firefighting foam, fill out our free case review to see if you are eligible for compensation without ever going to court.

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Service Member Multi-Billion Dollar Iraq War Fund

If you or a loved one are a U.S. military service member, veteran, or military contractor who suffered injuries from certain explosive terrorist devices between 2003 and 2011, you may have a claim for significant damages even if you are already receiving disability or other compensation.

An american flag with the front page of "Report Regarding Second Distribution" from the USVSST fund by Special Master Kenneth R. Feinberg

Banks admit to criminal violations of money laundering

Several foreign banks have admitted to entering into criminal conspiracies with Iran and Iranian banks to launder money and provide billions of U.S. dollars to Iran, a designated state sponsor of terrorism, to fund the production of explosive terrorist devices in violation of the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act (the "Act"). BNP Paribas, headquartered in Paris, agreed to pay $8.9 billion for their part in illegally processing these financial transactions.

If you or a loved one are a U.S. military service member, veteran, or military contractor who suffered injuries from certain explosive terrorist devices between 2003 and 2011, you may have a claim for significant damages even if you are already receiving disability or other compensation.

Here is a press release from the Department of Justice with more information regarding the Fund.

Thousands affected

Tens of thousands of U.S. military members were wounded or killed in Operation New Dawn and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Many of these were caused by weapons and munitions produced by Iran.

In the first round of disbursements from the Fund, 2,024 claimants received awards ranging from approximately $1,300 to $2.7 million dollars. These prior results do not imply that your particular circumstances would qualify any type of payments; however, thousands of veterans and their families will in fact qualify for substantial payments from the United States Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund. Subsequent distributions will be authorized annually until funds are depleted or until the Fund terminates in 2030.

Read the Supplemental Report from the Special Master of the Fund.

You may be entitled to compensation

If you or a loved one are a U.S. military service member, veteran, or military contractor who suffered injuries from certain explosive terrorist devices between 2003 and 2011, you may have a claim for significant damages without ever going to court and even if you are already receiving disability or other compensation. Complete the form on this page or call our legal intake center at 1(888) 438-6453 for a free and no-obligation review of your case. We're here to help.

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