There are a lot of dissenting opinions on concealed carry insurance and whether or not it is necessary. In some cases, insurance can save people thousands of dollars. In other cases, it may be a waste of money.
Let’s examine the pros and cons of insuring yourself.
Whether or not concealed carry insurance is worth investing in depends largely on the specific policy you get. Before you sign any papers, it’s critical to read the fine print to make sure that you fully understand what is and isn’t covered. It’s also important to review the terms of your homeowners insurance policy before you get concealed carry insurance. Many of these policies will cover cases of self-defense as long as you are on your own property during the incident. However, be aware that with homeowners insurance, you may not be insured until you have been exonerated.
It’s also worth noting that concealed carry insurance does not pose any risk of affecting your sentence in a court case. While many gun owners hesitate to purchase insurance because they think it might make them appear to be guilty, it’s unlikely that an insurance policy will ever come up in court.
Concealed carry insurance may be the right choice for some people, but it’s certainly not for everyone. Be sure to do plenty of research before making a decision.