Davis v. State Farm Life Insurance Company
ORDER granting 60 Motion for Disbursement of Funds, directing funds held by the Registry of the District Court be disbursed with $1,500.00 sent to Weissenstein Law Firm, LLC, as attorney for Vernond Davis. Signed by Honorable Joseph F. Anderson, Jr on 10/22/20133.(bshr, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Vernond Davis, individually and as
Parent of M. Davis and Z. Davis
State Farm Life Insurance Company,
C/A No: 3:10-372-JFA
ORDER FOR DISBURSEMENT
OF HELD FUNDS
The above captioned matter came before the Court on September 7, 2010 for
consideration of a settlement agreement entered and reached in the case involving a life
insurance policy issued on the deceased wife of Vernond Davis, who was the mother of
two minor children. In that hearing, two claims against Davis were discussed, one of
which was paid directly from the settlement proceeds. The balance of the other claim was
by Robert Porter in the amount of Five Thousand Six Hundred Ninety Seven and 44/100
($5,697.44) dollars, and those funds were deposited to the Court Registry because Davis
disputed the validity of the claim.
Davis and Porter have reached a settlement as shown by Consent Motion filed and
pending before the Court. It appearing to the Court that the relief sought as appropriate,
IT IS ORDERED, that the funds held by the Registry of the District Court be
disbursed with $1,500.00 sent to Weissenstein Law Firm, LLC, as attorney for Vernond
Davis at P.O. Box 2446, Sumter, SC 29151, and with the balance of the funds1 to Player
& McMillan, attorneys for Robert Porter, at P.O. Drawer 3690, Sumter, SC 29151.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
October 22, 2013
Columbia, South Carolina
Joseph F. Anderson, Jr.
United States District Judge
1 The funds may have accrued interest while being held by the court and for this reason, the
amount indicated in the consent motion was not specifically referred to.
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