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I had jewelry missing from my luggage at an airport in California when arriving back from a Panama Canel Cruise. TSA inspected 2 pieces of our luggage, identified by the inserted flyer noting the luggage had be inspected. I know which bag they had been packed in. We filed a claim with TSA. Their final decision was they are not liable for the missing jewelry. We have the right to appeal. Is it worth it to appeal and fight this? I had about $6,000 worth. I wasn't thinking when I left the pieces I had just purchased, in my suitcase. I am not used to having nice, quality jewelry. I had been used to costume jewelry and didn't think twice about packing it when coming home. Our homeowners insurance paid $2000.00. Shall I fight TSA?