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CCW Insurance, Who Do You Use?

Yellowboat

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I use my umbrella. You have to read the fine print with those policy. 99% of them will do nothing. Most you are better off taking that money and putting a retainer down with a good lawyer.
 

LHC30

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Have you looked at UACCA? I hear they have a good set of plans...
 

Xtrmwakeboarder

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Trainers I'm working with suggest USCCA, but I'm still doing my research. I feel like I'm insured up to my eyeballs these days....
 

CoolCruzin

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Just leave your weapon home if you need insurance
 

EBT531

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Most of the people I know go the umbrella route. That and have the number of your attorney ready.
 

Old Texan

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Just leave your weapon home if you need insurance
Even a completely legal and righteous shoot can leave you in jeopardy. Best to have a legal expert on retainer. It's that simple.....
 

HocusPocus

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Thanks for all the input guys, I went with USCCA Elite Membership.
 

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Does an umbrella policy cover court costs for a shooting that’s being investigated both criminally and civilly?



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Yellowboat

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Does an umbrella policy cover court costs for a shooting that’s being investigated both criminally and civilly?



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Mine does for civil up too 250k. Criminal it does not.
 
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