The Public Servants Defense Agency Enhances the LEOSA Self-Defense Product Offered Through Retiree Associations

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PSDA has enhanced its group insurance program for retirees authorized to carry a concealed firearm under the Law Enforcement Officer’s Safety Act (LEOSA).

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“PSDA constantly elicits feedback regarding our products,” says Glenn Clark, CPCU and PSDA President. “The responses we received from retired Law Enforcement officers led us to add these new enhancements to our LEOSA Self-Defense Plan."

The Public Servants Defense Agency (PSDA) has enhanced its insurance product tailored for retirees authorized to carry a concealed firearm under the Law Enforcement Officer’s Safety Act (LEOSA).

The plan will now support policyholder efforts to appeal a regulatory decision to deny a Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW) permit and provide representation in the event an insured is alleged to be in possession of a firearm illegally. Both of these coverage enhancements are available only through LEOSA products offered through groups and associations. Certain restrictions apply.

“Our agency constantly elicits feedback from our current and prospective policyholders regarding the products PSDA offers,” states Glenn Clark, CPCU and Agency President. “We utilize this input as a gauge to measure the extent to which our offerings respond to the needs of the marketplace. The responses received from retired Law Enforcement officers indicated some product modifications would serve to better address their unique coverage needs.”

“The LEOSA Self-Defense Plan has been enhanced to offer two additional coverage endorsements,” continues Glenn. “The product already provides expert legal defense and indemnity provisions for awards, judgments, or settlements resulting from an adverse civil proceeding verdict. The new coverage enhancements will provide legal support for individuals appealing a Concealed Carry Weapons (CCW) permit denial.

The plan will also defend policyholders in the event they are wrongly accused of possessing a firearm illegally. These enhancements are currently available only in plans offered in collaboration with groups and associations.”

The LEOSA Self-Defense Plan offers liability limit options of $100,000 and $250,000. All retirees authorized to carry firearms under the Law Enforcement Officer’s Safety Act of 2004 are eligible for the base coverage. Individuals securing the coverage through an Association qualify to receive the two additional coverage enhancements.

Associations, Benevolent Organizations, or other groups interested in partnering with PSDA as a way to benefit their membership should contact Glenn Clark. Mr. Clark can be reached by phone at 888-304-1201 or via e-mail at president(at)psdains(dot)com.

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