Concealed Carry Self-Defense Insurance And Legal Defense Protection In Alabama
Do your homework, when choosing a self-defense protection plan commonly known as insurance it is very important to research the different plans available in Alabama and choose one you're comfortable with that closely fits your needs, due to the unique nature of these plans and the very sensitive subject matter there's not much in the way of readily accessible information detailing different customers individual experiences in Alabama with the various insurance providers, as such it is highly recommended that you do your research, make some phone calls, and get all your questions answered before making an informed decision.
The components of a great self- defense protection plan in Alabama should have what CCW Safe provides, which is far above simple insurance. If you really take the time to do a complete comparison of the different self-defense insurances offered by anyone you will instantly realize that CCW Safe’s program is without equal, especially considering the amazing value for the cost.
Self Defense Insurance Is Needed In Alabama If You Plan To Get A CCW Permit!
If you are one of the responsible citizens that carry a firearm in Alabama 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 Alabama, 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 Alabama 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 Alabama 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 Alabama 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 Alabama Is The Best Choice!
If you do your research you will quickly find out that the CCW Safe legal service membership program in Alabama 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 Alabama 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 Alabama 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 Alabama 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 Alabama, 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 Alabama, 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 State preempts local regulation of handguns. The handgun preemption statute reads "the entire subject matter of handguns is reserved to the State Legislature." With regards to firearms other than handguns, localities may regulate the discharge of firearms and levy taxes. On April 21, 2010, Gov. Bob Riley signed House Bill 2 into law as Act 2010-496 amending Ala. §13A-11-63, to allow civilian ownership of short-barrel rifles and short-barrel shotguns, as allowed by federal law. Alabama has always been a supporter of gun ownership by its citizens, and is considered a pro 2nd amendment state.
Alabama currently has reciprocity agreements with 23 different states; for a complete listing of these and reciprocity agreements of all states in the country visit US Precision Defense reciprocity maps located on our Home page.
Gun owners and sportsmen earned a major victory with the passage of an omnibus firearms bill, Senate Bill 286. This NRA-supported bill was signed into law in May of 2013 by Governor Robert Bentley (R) and will take effect on August 1, 2013. Senate Bill 286 will protect and restore Alabama citizen Rights to keep and Bear Arms in Alabama by reforming the state gun laws. A complete list of this bill can be found on both the Alabama State and NRA-ILA websites.
Some of the most notable provisions of the Bill 286; One of the measures allows gun owners who do not have a concealed-carry permit to keep their weapons inside their vehicles. The bill will also allow Alabama residents to bring their guns onto their workplace property as long as the firearm stays hidden in their vehicle. The new legislation also calls for fines to be levied on law enforcement officials who try to stop law-abiding citizens from open holster carry of their firearms.
A comment on gun control from the Alabama Sheriff’s association: “Every Sheriff in Alabama takes the Oath of Office to support the Constitution of the United States, which includes the 2nd Amendment, and the Constitution of Alabama of 1901 (which includes Article I, Section 26). The Sheriffs support the laws of the land, as they expect all of the citizens of Alabama to do.”
US Precision Defense applauds Alabama for the states support of the 2nd amendment. As laws change we keep our database updated and can be found on our reciprocity maps located on our home page.
In Alabama with the recent passage of omnibus firearms bill, Senate Bill 286 there are some very significant changes to the law, two very notable provisions are first; Shifts the current “May Issue” concealed carry permit system to a “Shall Issue” permit system and requires that a sheriff must issue or deny the carry permit within thirty days. Should someone be denied a permit, a written denial must be provided and that applicant would have an opportunity to appeal the denial.
The second provision is in regards to reciprocity agreements; the new law allows for all other valid state-issued permits to carry a concealed firearm to be recognized in Alabama. This one provision alone is impressive in that it is a clear support of the 2nd amendment. It is expected that many other states will add Alabama to their list of states that will be approved to carry concealed within their borders and part of mutual reciprocity agreements.
In response to the recent Federal Governments attempt to force highly restrictive Gun control laws onto the states without their participation in the decision process Alabama was one the first states to push back and the Alabama Senate in a recent session voted 24-6 for a bill that would declare federal gun control laws to be null and void in Alabama if they were in "violation of the Second Amendment." Sen. Paul Sanford, R-Huntsville, said the law would put the federal government on notice that the state would not enforce "unconstitutional" gun control laws. He also stated “They are not going to use our law enforcement resources to enforce their law that we believe is unconstitutional,”
The Speaker of the Alabama House of Representatives Mike Hubbard (R) from Auburn said on Facebook prior to the announcement from President Obama that he planned on legislation and executive orders concerning his ideas on Gun-Control; “Today, President Obama will unveil his plan to infringe on your gun rights. Guns are not the problem and gun control is not the answer. To simply point a finger at guns and call for their outlaw is lazy, patently political and constitutionally dangerous.”
Alabama is a state the believes and upholds that constitution, all of it, even the 2nd amendment, and have become one of the leading states that is not only speaking up, it is taking actions to safeguard its state citizens’ rights even if it means in defiance of the current administration in Washington.
Follow all of the political debates on your 2nd amendment rights by becoming a member of US Precision Defense.