Thursday, December 3, 2009

Patent Protected Safe Skies™ TSA Luggage Locks

Patent Protected Safe Skies™ TSA Luggage Locks

Safe Skies™ TSA Luggage Locks has one goal: to help travelers lock their luggage.

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 9, 2006

Safe Skies™ Luggage Locks is proud to announce our recently issued intellectual property, United States Patent #7,021,537 and United States Patent # 7,036,728. While others may have a similar approach, this technology is proprietary to Safe Skies™ with issued patents and other patents pending worldwide.

Our locks can be opened by Airport Security and never again will one have to worry about the TSA opening your luggage by destroying your locks or worse, destroying your baggage. With our agreements with the TSA and the UK counterpart, we have so much confidence in our TSA Luggage Locks that we warranty our products for life, should our locks ever be accidentally clipped or damaged by the TSA. These are the last luggage locks you will ever need to buy.

Business travelers are constantly on the go. Business travelers, the road warriors, are inherently plagued with the most traveling woes. Giving these frequent travelers peace of mind while on their way to their next client meeting is Safe Skies™ Locks’ primary concern.

Safe Skies’ Liberty Lock™ gives travelers the option to once again lock their luggage with ease, knowing that only trusted airport authorities can access the locks for mandatory security inspections with their own TSA secured access device.

With heightened airport security precautions, travelers are advised by the Transportation Security Administration, (TSA) to lock all checked luggage with officially accepted and recognized Safe Skies™ TSA Luggage Locks. Federal and international luggage screeners are provided unique tools and secured access devices to gain access to Safe SkiesÔ luggage locks for mandatory security inspections. Rather than clipping these locks, the torch symbol alerts the baggage screeners that they can open these locks without destroying them and re-lock them after the inspection is done.

Safe Skies™ luggage locks are offered by select retailers nationwide and worldwide, and are also sold directly over the Internet at, ( http://www. safeskieslocks. com (http://www. safeskieslocks. com)).

About Safe Skies™ TSA Luggage Locks:

Safe Skies™ Locks come in various colors and sizes including combination locks and padlocks. The Safe Skies™ product line is growing with different styles and designs. Every traveler needs a luggage lock. Safe Skies™ TSA locks give business travelers peace of mind. Please visit ( http://www. safeskieslocks. com (http://www. safeskieslocks. com)) for more information.

This press release was issued on behalf of Safe Skies Locks (TM) by Yooter InterActive Marketing ( http://www. yooter. com (http://www. yooter. com))

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Toyota Apology & Recall Too Late For San Jose Father Of Five According To The Mann Law Firm And Franecke Law Group

Toyota Apology & Recall Too Late For San Jose Father Of Five According To The Mann Law Firm And Franecke Law Group

Troy Edwin Johnson killed instantly when vehicle struck by Toyota Camry traveling approximately 120 miles per hour. Toyota's largest-ever U. S. recall to address problems with a removable floor mat that could cause accelerators to get stuck and lead to a crash is too late for Johnson's family. "Toyota was and must be held accountable for their design engineering mistakes", said Attorney Mohinder Mann, The Mann Law Firm.

SAN JOSE, CA (PRWEB) October 5, 2009

The Mann Law Firm and The Franecke Law Group helped the family of Troy Edwin Johnson settle a claim against Toyota Motor Corporation this summer (Santa Clara County Superior Court Case #1-08-CV-110696) after Johnson was killed instantly and his body burned beyond recognition in July 2007 when his vehicle was struck by a Toyota Camry traveling out of control at approximately 120 miles per hour.

Toyota's largest-ever U. S. recall to address problems with a removable floor mat that could cause accelerators to get stuck and lead to a crash is too late for Johnson's family. "It is sad that Troy's children will grow up without a father due to a defective design with Toyota floor-mats", .said his wife Melodie Renee Bohuchot. "I lost my best friend, the children lost a father that really cared about and a father that really loved them and wanted to be a part of their lives ", said Bohuchot.

Attorneys Mohinder Mann and Gary Mann, The Mann Law Firm, along with Lou Franecke, Franecke Law Group, helped Bohuchot settle her lawsuit against Toyota for an amount not permitted to be revealed.

"Toyota was and must be held accountable for their design engineering mistakes", said Attorney Mohinder Mann. When an accident is caused by the defective design or manufacturing of a vehicle, the manufacturer can be held liable for damages to the injured party. "Toyota did the right thing by issuing the recall and apologizing for the needless deaths and suffering", said Franecke. "This accident points to the tragic consequences when defective cars are let loose on the streets", added Franecke.

Johnson was killed when in a fiery accident on July 26, 2007 along Interstate 280 at Race Street in San Jose. Initial CHP reports indicated that excessive speed and dangerous driving, including passing in the center divider, may have been the cause of the accident. On further investigation, the CHP found that the Camry's floor mat could possibly jam the gas pedal down, causing the car to speed forward. Investigators found evidence that the driver had indeed tried to slow down the car, but had failed.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began an investigation in March 2007, four months before Troy's accident, after receiving five complaints from owners of the 2007 Lexus ES 350 about unintended acceleration. The agency's investigation in 2007 made it clear the automaker had a problem with the design of the accelerator pedal and the all-weather, rubber floor mats that were an option.

About Attorney Louis Franecke
Attorney Louis Franecke specializes in product liability cases involving airplane and vehicles. In his more than 35 years in practice, Franecke has been involved in numerous high profile national cases including the early Corvair rollover cases.

About The Mann Law Firm
The Mann Law Firm has been serving their clients for over 30 years with their extensive litigation experience. Over the years, the firm has helped their clients recover millions of dollars for cases ranging from injuries suffered in car collisions to manufacturing and design defects against automakers to dangerous conditions caused by public entities.

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