U.S. Army Veteran Files Lawsuit Against 3M Company and Aearo Technologies for Debilitating Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
The California based law firm, Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, announced a personal injury lawsuit against 3M Company (3M) and Aearo Technologies (Aearo), on behalf of George Dooley, a U.S. Army Veteran who experienced debilitating hearing loss and tinnitus from use of allegedly defective and unreasonably dangerous Combat Arms™ earplugs.
The lawsuit alleges 3M and Aearo knew Combat Arms Earplugs were defective prior to selling them, but falsified test results and misrepresented their performance to qualify for a multi-million dollar contract with the United States military.
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Prosecutors from Yavapai County Attorney's Office in Prescott, Arizona have ruled that Uber is not criminally liable for the death of Elaine Herzberg, a 49-year old woman who was struck by one of Uber's self-driving cars. The car's back-up driver could still face criminal charges.
The crash occurred in March 2018 when a Volvo XC90, which Uber had been using to test its self-driving technology, crashed into Ms. Herzberg while walking with a bicycle across a poorly lit stretch of a multi-lane road.
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