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CLEVELAND — Goldman Scarlato & Karon P.C., a law firm with offices in Cleveland and Conshohocken, Pa., has filed a consumer class action lawsuit against Verizon Wireless in federal court in New Jersey, it announced March 31.
The lawsuit claims that Verizon charged its non-smartphone customers for data service that these customers never used. Verizon’s allegedly improper data service charges oftentimes appeared $1.99 at a time, and this lawsuit strives to reimburse people and businesses should it turn out that these charges were improper.
For more information or to see a copy of the lawsuit, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call Daniel Karon at (216) 622-1851.
Karon is an attorney whose practice includes representing wireless telephone customers in class action cases. He also teaches class action law as an adjunct professor of law at Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law; lectures on class action law at the Ohio State University College of Law and has published many scholarly articles on class action law.