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An appellate court in Arizona has reversed a trial court'sdecision and ruled that an insured could proceed with his lawsuitagainst his insurer for bad faith stemming from, among otherthings, his claim for stolen baseball cards.

RV property damage coverage

James Duepner purchased insurance on his recreational vehicle(RV) from Geico, including $10,000 of property damage coverage,effective October 8, 2012.

On October 29, 2012, Duepner's RV was broken into and severalitems were stolen. The next day, he filed a claim with Geico.

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