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If you own a gun, you may someday find yourself in a self-defense incident.
If that should happen to you, the USCCA has prepared a video on why it’s important to have a lawyer on call.
In this video, lawyer Lee McMillan shares these points:
– Self-defense incidents don’t always happen during business hours. If one happens at night, you don’t want to wait until the lawyer’s office opens the next day.
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– Most lawyers won’t defend a capital case without an initial deposit of $50,000.
– To defend a capital case in court will usually cost over $100,000.
Watch the video here:
Here’s a message from Tim Schmidt, president of the USCCA, which provides legal protection for people involved in self-defense incidents:
It’s every responsible gun owners worst nightmare…
You’ve just pulled the trigger in self-defense and called the authorities, but what now?
You might think the worst is over — after all you’re the good guy, right?
Unfortunately you couldn’t be more wrong…
You see, the deck’s already stacked against you as a responsibly armed American…
As a USCCA Member, you have up to $2,250,000 in up-front legal and financial protection behind you should you ever be forced to use your gun in self-defense.
The moment you activate the education, training and protection of a USCCA membership you gain access to:
Up to $2.25 million in Self-Defense SHIELD protection…
Up-Front Funding For Criminal Defense & Bail Bonds: No out-of-pocket expenses…
Protection For Use Of ALL Legal Weapons: Never second-guess defending your family…
No Annual Cap: Your Plan Benefit Limits are fully reinstated for each qualified self-defense incident…
Member-Only Access: Enjoy exclusive discounts and unlimited access to thousands of videos and articles in your training archive…