Carry insurance

Discussion in 'Firearm Related' started by Keith Hall, Nov 29, 2020.

  1. Keith Hall

    Keith Hall New Member

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  2. gunsmoker

    gunsmoker Lawyer and Gun Activist

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    Has anybody actually used such insurance-- filed a claim, or asked for a lawyer at no add'l cost?
     

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  4. Suburbbus

    Suburbbus Well-Known Member

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    US Law Shield. Never used it, but it is there if I need it.
     
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    jrm Sledgehammer

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    Speevl Active Member

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    Have had Carry Guard in the past, determined it was not in my interest... switched to USCCA. Unclear the ultimate effectiveness, but I’m glad it is there should it be needed. I think some form of insurance is important, but in truth (at least as best I can tell) - most of them are unproven for lack of consistent data and not because they are a bad idea.
     
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    jrm Sledgehammer

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    I'm inferring you're saying there is not published data upon which a prospective customer can make an informed buying decision. Is that accurate? If so, I think it is a fair criticism. I can only guess what the various reasons are, but the companies do not generally publish their data on "claims." I use quotation marks because some of them do not register or act like insurance companies. That's not necessarily good or bad, but it means they should not be expected to behave the way insurance companies do.
     
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