Self Defense Insurance For Concealed Carry In Louisiana
With the rapid growth of personal concealed carry holders in Louisiana and in the United States there have been a significant number of organizations and insurance companies that are beginning to provide traditional style insurance, at first review it may seem like a good idea yet when you research into it further you soon will realize that in almost every case you still have to pay out-of-pocket expenses, and then seek your reimbursement. Ask yourself a one very serious question, do I really have an extra $100,000 just lying around the house that I can totally risk in possibly being paid back?
With any traditional insurance policies in Louisiana, they are only designed in assisting you in monetary reimbursement, and in all honestly nothing more. So how does any regular insurance policy really help you win in your personal case in court, the answer is simple and blunt, it can't! That is why we support CCW Safe's Self Defense Insurnace for all Concealed Carry permit holders.
Self Defense Insurance Is Needed In Louisiana If You Plan To Get A CCW Permit!
If you are one of the responsible citizens that carry a firearm in Louisiana for self-defense of yourself and your family, or if you're even considering caring a concealed weapon one very important factor you must consider are the legal ramifications after a shooting incident, how do you plan to protect yourself in the event of a civil or criminal court proceedings where you could end up as the defendant.
No matter how justified you feel you were in using deadly force to protect yourself, you could face a unfriendly local prosecutor looking to make a name for themselves in Louisiana, and you could end up a political pawn!
Regardless of whether you are being sued by the family of the attacker in civil court or are facing criminal charges in Louisiana one thing for sure is you will have an enormous amount of debt as a result of any court case. Simply put any legal representation is extremely expensive, regardless of whether or not you win the case or walk free.
With the rise of the number of people taking their self-defense into their own hands and becoming legal concealed carry permit holders in Louisiana there have been a corresponding number of companies starting to offer different types of self-defense insurance.
Although upon an initial inspection many of these different programs offered by insurance companies or via websites seem to offer good coverage. There is one common element amongst all of them, and that is they only pay after you are already in extreme debt, and will not reimburse you in the event of a criminal conviction. Basically, they are nothing more than a different spin on a traditional insurance policy.
The CCW safe program in Louisiana is the first true comprehensive legal service membership that includes not only attorney fees, it also covers and provides for investigators and expert witnesses that work on your behalf, and defend you against criminal prosecution, civil litigation, and administrative actions all stemming from the use of force incident.
Insurance for Self Defense and Concealed Carry In Louisiana Is The Best Choice!
If you do your research you will quickly find out that the CCW Safe legal service membership program in Louisiana outperforms any other self-defense and or legal defense insurance policy offered by anyone in the country.
Chances are when you first decided to carry a Firearm for self-defense you did your research, you decided on the right gun, the right caliber, the right type of ammunition, and the right instructor to teach you how to properly shoot. More than likely you also participated in a specialized class to meet the legal requirements in Louisiana to obtain your concealed carry permit.
Unless you were very fortunate chances are that no one really went over all of the legal ramifications after you pull the trigger, nor did anyone explain to you that even if you did everything to the letter of the law, did it exactly right, you could still be sued in civil court and found liable, even though you're not prosecuted criminally. Yes it does sound absurd but it happens every day in this country.
You must be properly prepared for all eventualities and you must have legal protection in place because if you don't and you are taken to court in Louisiana you could possibly lose everything you have, and everything you could ever hope to have in the future, it could all be taken from you.
CCW Safe’s Membership In Louisiana Is The Best Option For Self Defense Insurance
The single best way that you can prepare for any legal action against you in a self-defense situation is by becoming a member of CCW Safe's program in Louisiana, it could very well be a decision that you make that you will be thankful for literally for the rest of your life.
When you consider the remarkable low price of the incredible protection you get this truly is one of those no-brainer decisions!
It is possible to purchase a true peace of mind...
CCW Safe's program covers you in Louisiana, and all other 49 states providing that you are legally carrying in a particular state where the self-defense incident takes place and if your CCW or CHL is honored in that state, then you're covered.
Some important points to remember;
- Financial benefits are paid as soon as the fees are actually incurred
- There is no financial limits on the cost of your legal defense
- Single membership is just $179.00
- CCW Safe's plan covers use of all legal firearms
- One very unique component is that the plan also covers any weapon or weaponless use of force!
- Remember, the plan also pays for attorney fees, specialized investigators and any needed expert witnesses.
- There simply is no other product available on the market that even comes close to what CCW Safe has put together in their comprehensive self-defense legal service membership program.
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The CCW Safe HR218 plan was developed specifically for active, retired, and former law enforcement officers that meet the requirements for the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA), also known as HR218.
To learn more about ALL of CCW Safe’s Self Defense and Home Defense Protection Programs or to Purchase a plan please follow the link, CCW Safe Also has Monthly Payments Available CLICK HERE
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Louisiana State Constitution States: “The right of each citizen to keep and bear arms shall not be abridged, but this provision shall not prevent the passage of laws to prohibit the carrying of weapons concealed on the person.”
Louisiana is a "shall issue" state for concealed carry. The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections shall issue a concealed handgun permit to qualified applicants, after performing an NICS background check and giving the local police 10 days to provide additional information about the applicant. Open carry of firearms in Louisiana is permitted without a permit, as long as the user is of at least 18 years of age and legally able to possess a firearm under state and federal law.
Louisiana's governor signed legislation making it a crime to publish the personal information of concealed handgun permit holders following a wave of outrage by gun owners after a New York newspaper listed such data last year. Louisiana joins a growing number of states that are cutting off access to that information as a national debate rages over gun control.
The measure was one of seven gun bills Republican Governor Bobby Jindal signed into law, including a bill creating a lifetime concealed handgun permit, legislation allowing gun dealers to register people to vote at their gun stores, and bills aimed at restricting access to guns by people with mental health issues.
An attempt to let Louisiana gun makers circumvent federal gun control laws is headed to a final vote in the state Senate after getting unanimous committee approval. House Bill 45 by Rep. Joseph Lopinto would create a licensing program for guns manufactured and sold within the state, possibly taking them out of the jurisdiction of federal authorities. Lopinto, R-Metairie, has argued that because the federal government's authority to impose restrictions on guns stems from its power to regulate interstate commerce, a state-run program regulating guns that don't leave Louisiana would protect manufacturers and sellers from federal laws.
It is an unfortunate state of affairs in our county that states have to take legal action to protect their sovereignty as a state and from intrusive federal laws on interstate commerce, yet states are having to become “Legally Creative” to protect the 2nd amendment, and for that US Precision Defense applauds the state of Louisiana.
As part of the stand of the Louisiana Sheriff’s association on gun rights: WHEREAS, the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association represents the interests of all sheriffs who are sworn to support and defend the Constitutions of the State of Louisiana and the United States; and WHEREAS, sheriffs strongly support our citizens’ protected right to bear arms under the Second Amendment and the Louisiana Sheriffs’ Association does not support any laws that deprive any citizen of the rights provided under the Louisiana and the United States Constitutions and Bill of Rights; and WHEREAS, the doctrine of judicial review grants to the United States Supreme Court and the lower courts the power to determine the constitutionality of any law and sheriffs do not possess the legal authority to interpret the constitutionality of any law.
Louisianans overwhelmingly voted for Proposition Two, an amendment to their state’s constitution that solidifies the Second Amendment in the state of Louisiana. The new law says that “the right to keep and bear arms is a fundamental right” and would require courts to apply “the highest standard” of law when and if state municipalities enact laws that act in violation of the second amendment.
On Election Day, Louisiana voters overwhelmingly backed a measure to strengthen Second Amendment rights in the state. Nearly 75 percent of voters, more than 1.3 million voted in favor of Act 784, which makes gun ownership a "fundamental right under strict scrutiny of the court." "Strict scrutiny" applies the highest standard of judicial review to any law concerning gun ownership. It typically is applied to human rights, owning a gun in Louisiana is now a "fundamental right."
Gun control proposals put forth by President Barack Obama were met by counter-proposals in Louisiana as a state lawmaker unveiled a statewide campaign to "defend the rights of Louisiana residents to bear arms." The centerpiece of the Defend Louisiana initiative will be multiple pieces of pro-Second Amendment legislation as well as a statewide tour.
"We've done some good things to protect the Second Amendment in Louisiana, but we're not finished yet," State Rep. Jeff Thompson, R-Bossier City, said in a statement. "The solution to gun violence is not found in restricting the rights of law abiding citizens or demonizing self-defense."
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