Verizon Customers May Receive Compensation in $100 Million Class Action Settlement

Hackensack, New Jersey – Verizon customers in the United States could be entitled to a share of a proposed $100 million class action settlement. The lawsuit, filed in New Jersey, alleges that customers were unfairly and deceptively charged undisclosed administration fees as part of their monthly plans. Eligible customers who were affected by these charges between January 2016 and November 2023 have until April 15 to submit a claim. Verizon customers across the country should take note of this settlement and how it may impact them. The legitimacy of the Verizon class action settlement has … Read more

Convictions Secured: Mastermind and Accomplices Receive Sentences in Horry County Murder-for-Hire Case

CONWAY, South Carolina – In a major development in the Horry County murder-for-hire case, all three individuals involved have now been convicted and sentenced. The verdict comes just a day after Samantha Rabon, the alleged mastermind behind the scheme, was found guilty for the killings of her father and half-brother, Robert and Randy Ford. Rabon has been handed two life sentences for hiring Randy Grainger to carry out the murders in August 2018 at their home in the Conway area, with inheritence money as the suspected motive. Both Grainger and the third co-defendant, Teresa Martin, … Read more

Massive Medical Malfunction: Patients in Israel Receive Incorrect Medications, Facing Legal Questions and Potential Lawsuits

Jerusalem, Israel – A series of severe malfunctions in 20 hospitals across Israel has led to a disturbing incident where numerous patients received medications intended for other individuals. While the exact number of affected patients remains unknown, the implications of this medical error have raised numerous legal and ethical questions. One pressing issue is whether the patients who received the wrong medications can pursue a medical malpractice lawsuit. Determining who is eligible to sue and whom they could potentially sue poses challenges. Additionally, there are questions surrounding the criminality of withholding information and whether a … Read more

Judge to Decide if Suspect in Myrtle Beach Bar Shooting Will Receive Bond

HORRY COUNTY, S.C. (AP) – A judge is set to determine whether a suspect accused of fatally shooting a man outside a Myrtle beach area bar will be granted bond. Kvon Lawhorn faces charges for the shooting that occurred in October outside the now-closed Barfield’s Bar and Grill on Frontage Road near Palmetto Pointe Boulevard. Lawhorn allegedly shot two individuals, resulting in the death of 23-year-old Starquan Washington. During a preliminary hearing in January, the murder charge against Lawhorn was reduced to involuntary manslaughter by a judge, as explained by Fifteenth Circuit Solicitor Jimmy Richardson. … Read more