Your first call should be to 911. You want to be the first one to report the incident. “Winning the race to 911” could prove helpful in establishing that you are indeed the victim.
Your call immediately after 911 should be to the USCCA. On the back of your USCCA Membership card, you will find the phone number of our 100% American-based Critical Response Team. A highly trained Critical Response Team (CRT) Agent is standing by 24/7/365 to take your call and help guide you through the aftermath of a self-defense incident.
If you get into a self-defense incident, your first call after 911 should be to the USCCA Critical Response Team.
You will be connected with one of our award-winning Critical Response Team members who will stay on the line with you and guide you.
*All Self-Defense Shield Protection Plan Benefit amounts are detailed more fully in, and are subject to the terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions set forth in the Membership Agreement.
The bottom line? No matter where you are in the aftermath process of a lawful self-defense incident, the USCCA is here for you.
If you’ve been involved in a self-defense incident, your first call after 911 should be to the USCCA.
You will be connected with one of our Critical Response Team members, who are available 24/7/365. Your Critical Response Team Case Manager will help guide you through the aftermath of a self-defense incident, helping you retain a criminal defense attorney of your choice or from our pro-2A Attorney Network.
If one of the pro-Second Amendment attorneys of the USCCA Attorney Network is too far away for you to realistically use in your self-defense case, you may still choose your own criminal defense attorney outside of the network.
If you’re a USCCA Member and have been in a self-defense incident, your Critical Response Team Case Manager will help you locate an attorney.
Unlike concealed carry insurance, USCCA Membership activation means you have around-the-clock access to all the self-defense education, training and protection of the USCCA — 24/7/365.
If you get into a self-defense incident at night, you can simply call our Critical Response Team.
You will be connected with one of our award-winning Critical Response Team Case Managers who will help guide you and your family through every step of the self-defense incident aftermath.