1. You’re forced to protect yourself, your family, or other innocent lives with your firearm (or knife, even fists for that matter…)
2. First, you call 9-1-1 and report the incident. You explain that you’ve been attacked, feared for your life, and were forced to defend yourself.
3. Then, you call your Critical Response Team. On the other end of the line, you’ll find a highly-trained, compassionate case manager who is prepared to help you every step of the way.
4. When the police arrive, you’ll know exactly what to do, and what NOT to say.Your case manager will have already prepared you for what’s ahead, and have a check written for your bail in case you are still arrested.
5. From this point on every situation will differ, however, you can rest easy–from the comfort of your own home–knowing that you have the power of the USCCA on your side. You’re armed with a pro-Second Amendment attorney, the guidance of your Critical Response Team Manager, and the financial backing to prepare you for both criminal and civil defenses...