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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by Kimber Custom, Jul 31, 2013.

  1. Kimber Custom

    Kimber Custom Vancouver, WA Bronze Vendor Bronze Vendor

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  2. Caveman Jim

    Caveman Jim West of Oly Springer Slayer 2016 Volunteer

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    I remembered when Prepaid Legal came out, it was a JOKE!!! Not sure about this one but would check it out B-4 signing on the dotted line. Curious though.
     
  3. Morpheus

    Morpheus Columbia Gorge Anyway, back on the farm.

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    Years ago, I started looking into liability insurance for myself. Many times you can get this to protect you as part of home owner's insurance. But you must make sure that you are covered in case you get sued for shooting someone. Usually the catch is you must be acquitted of any or all charges.

    Investigate everything when it comes to insurance policies. Get as much in writing.

    In this day and age, you can be acquitted of a crime and still be sued into oblivion. It is only smart to protect yourself.

    I don't know about this link's insurance. This isn't an endorsement for it, just to educate yourself.
     
  4. Jerry

    Jerry Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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  5. Nick Burkhardt

    Nick Burkhardt NE Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Wouldn't adding a one million dollar umbrella policy to your existing home and auto coverages be more cost effective?
     
  6. Misterbill

    Misterbill Yakima County, Washington New Member

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    Your insurance (and ANY insurance policy) CANNOT cover you for an intentional act. This is why there aren't hundreds of different insurance options.

    You can pre-pay legal costs under an "insurance-like" plan. But the essence of insurance as they stand, is that they cover you for accidents or unintentional acts. Because you INTENTIONALLY shot someone in self-defense, they won't and can't cover you.

    I'm hoping that there will be some changes in this area of law as guns are getting so much more popular and so many new people start carrying for self-defense.