The U.S. Concealed Carry Association provides three variations of its self-explanatory insurance referred to as “Shield”. The Silver version prices $127 per year (double it to add spouse) and provides up to $50,000 criminal convictions compensation plus $5,000 cash up front, $2,500 for bond, and $250 daily reimbursement while at court. Uscca is providing best self-survival insurance services to help every common citizen.
The Gold version prices $197 annually and supplies provide around $75,000 criminal convictions compensation plus $7,500 money up front, $5,000 for bond, and $350 daily reimbursement while at court.
The Platinum version prices $297 per year and supplies up to $100,000 criminal convictions compensation plus $10,000 money up front, $10,000 for bond, and $500 daily reimbursement while at court.
The member is only the beneficiary. This doesn’t influence the result–if you’re acquitted you’ll be reimbursed. USCCA Shield corrects two downsides of NRA-endorsed insurance. It’s offered in bigger numbers–as much as double the NRA-endorsed limitation.
Additionally, you get cash instantly, both to get an attorney retainer and bond. The latter benefit might be illusory, yet. (See “The issue With Cash Up Front”, below.)Much like NRA-endorsed insurance, the Shield application doesn’t seem to cover convictions which are later retrieved.
Additionally, unlike the NRA, that has been around for nearly a century and a half, the USCCA Shield program’s existed for just a couple of decades. There’s absolutely no reason to doubt their ongoing success, but it’s indisputable that they lack the NRA’s track document.