Well Walter GC, YOU may not plan on needing to defend any actions you take, but life has a strange way of interfering. You may do everything correctly and still find yourself in criminal court, almost surely you will find yourself in civil court and depending on the situation maybe even federal criminal or civil court. Proceed at your own risk.I don't really see the point in my carrying so-called "concealed carry" insurance. I'm not planning on needing to defend any actions that I might take while carrying concealed.
The LEOSA rider was simply a bonus for me. I really signed up for the main liability insurance for protection against some of our most "litigious clients".My insurance gave a discount for having a LEOSA permit. I also have professional liability insurance with the same company.
I hope that works for you. However, the person you shoot or their family might not have gotten your memo on this.I don't really see the point in my carrying so-called "concealed carry" insurance. I'm not planning on needing to defend any actions that I might take while carrying concealed.
To directly answer your question, I did purchase CCWSafe for me and my wife. Better safe than sorry, Just having access to expert witnesses would make it worth the price.So, does anyone buy Concealed Carry Insurance?
I should get my CCW by the end of the year and am thinking about buying CCW Safe.