PSDA Expands Firearm Coverage for Retired Law Enforcement

July 11, 2013

The Public Servants Defense Agency (PSDA) has broadened coverage available to retirees allowed to carry firearms under the Law Enforcement Officer’s Safety Act (LEOSA). As a result of this product enhancement, PSDA’s LEOSA Self-Defense Plan provides both defense and indemnity protection in the event of a covered loss.

“PSDA’s LEOSA Self-Defense Plan has been enhanced to include indemnity protection,” said Glenn Clark CPCU and president of PSDA. “The product already provides expert legal defense in the event of a covered loss. If the verdict goes against the policyholder, we will also pay judgments or settlements dictated by the court – including punitive or exemplary damages. Obviously, these payments are subject to the policy’s limit of liability.”

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 coverage.

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