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    Armed Citizens’ Legal Defense Network, LLC.

    Heard of it? What about other groups like it?
    I'm curious about how much others have thought about how valuable is something like this. Like most people today I do not have the stash of cash to cover the legal bills required to protect myself if something were to happen.

    Looking for input.

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    I don't know much about groups like this, and I am speptical of this company since they demand CPL verification, but it is a topic that has crossed my mind many times. On a similar note, I think a service like that for OCers being falsely prosecuted would be just as useful.
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    I think I'm going to get liability bonding (insurance) similar to what a bouncer/ independent security firm would get when carrying a firearm.

    I'm more comfortable with this over something like that group. It's basically an insurance anyway.

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    what does it take to get insurnace/bonding? i have been looking to do this so i can be better off providing security for my own company while also taking care of the insurance/legal side too.

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    It's actually quite easy. If you have homeowner's/renter's insurance, you already have liability insurance, usually in the amount of $100,000-$300,000, but this generally doesn't cover "Intentional acts," such as self defense.

    What you can get from most places is an Umbrella policy, which increases your liability limit to $1 M or even more, and get a self-defense rider for that policy. Some insurance companies cover self-defense automatically in Umbrella Policies, and those that don't cover self-defense usually cost a bit less.

    NRA also has some recommendations out there, I believe.

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