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By InDebt - / Thursday 4 February 2016 04:47 / United States - Morgantown
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By  Kevin_Kestel  |  24

number 1 is right

By  chyiochan  |  21

Find out what they will claim, and state that's what was in it instead. Make the value even more than $2,000 and get your money's worth! What do you have to lose?

By  jake131000  |  21

I'm in insurance.... File a claim... If you have homeowners or renters insurance..... They will reimburse your property, no matter where you are!! Trust me!!! My name is jake and i actually work at State farm as an insurance salesman in training!

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  annoyedperson  |  25

#11 She sounds hideous

By  afrightenedhuman  |  16

Well, you could check with a lawyer, except if you signed something saying that you agree to that.... Then you're pretty much screwed. Hope it was insured, if it wasn't then you learned a lesson, always insure expensive things.

By  SoBeSatan  |  22

Perhaps you should consider carry-on for the more expensive pieces next time.

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  Suaria  |  29

Except it was dental instruments as stated in the FML. Most of those instruments would be considered weapons by the TSA.

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