Could Your Self-Defense Insurance Be Cancelled on You? Yep.

The insurance industry publication Business Insurance reports that Lloyd’s of London affiliates have settled with New York state insurance regulators over its partnering on NRA Carry Guard self-defense insurance.

In addition to paying $5 million, the insurers agreed to not issue insurance policies to cover liability from self-defense shootings. They also agreed to “not enter into any agreement or program with the NRA to underwrite or participate in any affinity-type insurance program involving any line of insurance covering persons or entities whose home state is New York.” In addition, they agreed to cancel existing policies.

Note that last sentence:

In addition, they agreed to cancel existing policies.

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