Remember those gun haters that wanted to make it mandatory for gun owners to buy liability insurance? Well, SecondCall Defense offers a different kind of insurance, it’s insurance against overzealous prosecutors trying to make an example out of gun accidents.
Their cheapest plan is $8.95 a month, their most expensive one is $35.95 (for $7 more you can add your spouse).
Personally, I see it like a Dread Disease policy health insurance companies sell, if your family has a history of Cancer, you can buy a policy that includes Cancer coverage and if nothing happens, you lose money, but if something horrible happens, you save it.
Personally, I like the Defender Plan because for about $10 more, you get Expert Witness Coordination, Gun Retrieval or Replacement, and Psychological Support, something George Zimmerman could have used after the liberal jihad against him.
I also like one of their testimonials:
“A man threatened me in my own front yard and, fearing for my life, I drew my pistol. I was able to get inside my home and call 911 without shooting. I was really shaken up and when the police arrived, they acted as if I did something wrong. But I had just joined Second Call Defense and the attorney on the Emergency Legal Hotline helped me calm down and say the right things. The officer went from irritated to friendly and everything turned out okay. Thank you! You had my back immediately just as you promised.”
– Dan B., Ohio
So the question is, do you need it? You have to make that decision for yourself. I have to think about it, it’s ironic that I can spend $10 to $20 a day on food (love eating out) but the thought of spending $19.95 makes me feel like Scrooge.
And I have to be honest with you, my family isn’t exactly pro-gun. They’re not Sarah Brady, but I don’t think they would celebrate if I ever shoot a bad guy in self-defense, I think they would be horrified, so would they bail me out? Take care of my legal expenses? I don’t know. So perhaps SecondCallDefense is a good choice, maintain your self-reliance without bothering your family. Maybe I’ll go with the cheap plan, I’ll let you know when I do.