USA, New York: Couple sues JetBlue, TSA, alleging loss of $95K worth of jewelry from checked bag.
A New York couple has filed a lawsuit against jetBlue and the TSA, alleging that more than $95,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from their checked luggage at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Natalie and Michael Hekmat have named the airline and the government agency as co-defendants in the lawsuit, claiming negligence and breach of contract, as they say that jetBlue and the TSA should have prevented $95,000 worth of jewelry from allegedly being taken from their locked suitcase. When the couple landed in Los Angeles, they “immediately inspected their luggage” and discovered that eight rings worth a combined $95,000 were missing from the now-empty jewelry roll. More information available at this link: http://roadwarriorvoices.com/2015/11/04/couple-sues-jetblue-tsa-alleging-loss-of-95k-worth-of-jewelry-from-checked-bag/
Source: Road Warrior Voices.
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