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After a man left his insured pickup truck in the middle of the street tied to a tree that he wanted to pull down, a motorcyclist who swerved to miss the rope struck the man’s uninsured Chevy Blazer, which the man had just moved out of the tree’s path. A recent decision by an appellate court in Minnesota explored where, if anywhere, the man could turn for coverage.

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