Second Call Defense: Legal Protection for Armed Self-Defense

posted on April 26, 2014
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Second Call Defense is on site at the 2014 NRA Annual Meetings in Indianapolis, Ind., where it's spreading the word about the company's legal offerings to the public. On its website, Second Call Defense shares stories of innocent armed citizens who regretted not having proper legal representation as it pertained to firearms.

The company offers insurance protection, which is backed by the NRA Endorsed Insurance Program, and administered by Lockton Affinity, LLC. Included in the offerings is up to $1 million civil suit defense protection; up to $250,000 civil suit damages protection; up to $250,000 accidental shooting protection; and up to $50,000 criminal defense reimbursement. Second Call Defense also offers financial support for bonds, attorney retainer's and compensation while in court. The response team gives immediate real-time help from legal experts.

For more information, visit SecondCallDefense.org.

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