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Terms and Conditions of Membership

One Million Dollar Agreement


We cover more than just hand guns.  No gun license is required.  All weapons of any kind.

A. What can the One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00), per occurrence, be used for?
The Member may use the total amount for a combination of, but not limited to, any or all of the following:

     a)  More than just one attorney if needed.  As a member you have the advantage of multiple specialized attorneys at your side.
     b)  24/7 Emergency attorney hotline (Your call is always answered by a live operator and the call is recorded.)
     c)  Criminal litigation. (Includes all court cost)
     d)  Civil litigation. (Includes all court cost)
     e)  Case appeals up to and including State Appeals Court and US Supreme Court (Includes all court cost)
     f)  Expert witness. (If needed)
     g)  Certified scientific forensic testing lab. (If needed)
     h)  Private investigator. (If needed)
     i)  Immediate cash for a Bail Bond up to One Hundred Thousand Dollars ($100,000.00)
     j)  Transportation impounded. (Towing and impound fees paid up to 30 days)
     k)  Victim rights. (You have the right to counter sue your attacker to recover your losses)
     l)  Wage reimbursement up to Five Hundred Dollars per day ($500) for every day you are in trial.
     m)  Personal Crisis Manager

The One Million US Dollars ($1,000,000.00), per occurrence, can be used by licensed,  certified and qualified personnel approved by, employed by, or contracted to, The National Association For Legal Gun Defense Self-Defense Fund (SDF), such as but not limited to, Attorneys’, Expert Witness, Private Investigator, Bail Bondsman, or Forensic Testing Laboratory.

C. Membership areas of coverage are at home, outside your home which includes all locations, in your domicile city, United States Territory, Tribal Land, Federal or State Park, or while in the process of travel to, from, or through any of the afore.  Membership will provide legal defense and assistance for the use of the members’ weapon, as described below, in a self-defense incident hereinafter known as the (“Matter”) be it an attack by a person or animal.  SDF qualified attorneys will aggressively pursue and defend you against criminal or civil litigation brought against you, including attorney fees, court cost, and if needed private investigator fees and/or expert witness fees, until your case is resolved or a no-bill by a Grand Jury [or applicable court jury system].
D. The Association staff attorney agrees to represent and/or retain other attorneys and/or additional Law Firm(s) if the Member is paid up and is in good standing with the Association.  The Member agrees that the SDF has no obligation for anything prior to membership.  In open carry states the SDF will defend and assist its qualified and licensed members against unlawful arrest by law enforcement.  The SDF will defend and assist its members for the use of force to counter an immediate threat of violence or a countermeasure that involves defending oneself, property or the well-being of another from physical harm by the use of, any type, kind, or make of;
      a) A fire arm meaning a small arms weapon, but not limited to, a rifle, pistol, or shotgun, from which a projectile is fired by gunpowder or any other source of propellant of a projectile now known or unknown;
      b) A bow and arrow with bow meaning a weapon for shooting arrows composed of a curved piece of resilient wood or metal by a taut cord sufficient enough to propel the arrow when drawn back and released by the shooter by hand or trigger and arrow meaning a projectile with a straight thin shaft and an arrowhead on one end and stabilizing vanes on the other; intended to be shot from a bow;
      c) A spear-gun meaning a device for mechanically, or by compressed gas, shooting a spear-like missile generally under water, as in spear-fishing;
      d) A knife, meaning an instrument for cutting, consisting of a thin, sharp-edged, metal, or other material blade fitted with a handle; a knifelike weapon; dagger or short sword or any blade used for cutting;
      e) A sword, meaning a weapon having various forms but consisting typically of a long, straight, curved or slightly curved blade, sharp-edged on one or both sides, with one end pointed and the other end fixed in a hilt or handle;
     f) By any make or model of an electric stun gun commonly known as a Taser;
     g) By self-defense chemical spray;
     h) By a motorized vehicle;
     i)By any other object used in self defense, such as but not limited to, walking cane, stick stone, etc.
     j) Martial Arts;
     k) By any other tool or device commonly used or carried in or on a law enforcement officers utility belt, or transportation, used in the due course of duty or by accident or mishap involving any of the above named in or mishap involving any of the above named in (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j), (k) above or when any of the so described has been used against another person(s) or animal.

E. Civil Suits From Criminals:  Should Member need assistance in a civil case brought against them by a criminal or their family for injuries then the aggregate combined sum of One Million dollars ($1,000,000.00), per occurrence, is available to the Member.

F. Accidental Shooting:  Should Member need assistance in a civil case brought against them because of an accidental shooting then the aggregate combined sum of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00), per occurrence, is available to the Member.

G. Wrongful Death: Should Member need assistance in a civil case brought against them because of a wrongful death civil suit brought against them then the aggregate combined sum of One Million Dollars ($1,000,000.00), per occurrence, is available to the Member.

H. Crime Victims Rights:  Members have crime victim rights which means you have the power to fight back.  If you have suffered loss defending yourself, family, and/or property from an attack  then you may choose to bring a civil suit against the attacker.  Federal and state laws offer rights to victims of crime to include, but not limited to, those inflicted with pain, suffering, property loss, violence, robbery, physical abuse and scores of other crimes.

I.  Law Enforcement and Private Security:  NAFLGD can assist, active, off duty, or retired law enforcement officers engaged in private security work. NAFLGD may assist the Member by consultation with a NAFLGD staff attorney and/or recommend one or more independent defense attorneys except if Item 4 below applies.  The NAFLGD staff attorney and each independent attorney recommended by NAFLGD will require a separate retainer attorney client agreement.

J. FFL Defense Coverage against ATF Proceedings. The NAFLGD will pay reasonable and necessary “defense costs” in your defense against the BATFE [Bureau of Tobacco Firearms and Explosive] more commonly known as the ATF.

If you own, buy, build, collect, sell, or use a firearm the NAFLGD will defend its FFL members up to $1,000,000.00, per occurrence, against the ATF for, but not limited to, revocation of FFL license due to paperwork errors and omissions and other ATF proceedings.
This specifically applies to:
    a) Firearms Dealers
    b) Firearms Wholesalers
    c) Parts Manufactures
    d) Gunsmiths
    e) Ammunition Manufacturers and Re-Loaders
The NAFLGD will assist you with our legal team and other professionals knowledgeable in ATF proceedings recognized to practice before ATF.
This does not apply to:
   a) Violations resulting from blatant or flagrant criminal activity or a criminal act.
   b) Your time or expenses to participate in routine compliance reviews, audits or inspections.

2. MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS.  By executing the website online application the applicant acknowledges receipt of the Terms and Conditions of Membership and certifies that he or she has read and fully understands the Terms and Conditions of Membership.  The applicant agrees to be fully bound by the terms thereof, as amended from time to time by NAFLGD.

Applicant agrees to pay up-front membership dues or fee(s) as stated in and on the website, and chosen by the applicant.  The Membership Dues is an auto-renew recurring charge and is non-refundable except for no acceptance of Membership.  The Membership shall commence on the time and date the application is submitted online.

A. No Application for membership shall be effective until:
      a) The Application is completed by the Prospective Member and submitted to NAFLGD with the required Membership Dues;
      b) The dues are paid in full in accordance with the Terms of this Agreement;
      c) A Payment Authorization is submitted to NAFLGD with the correct credit or debit card information providing for payment of the Membership Dues if applicant has applied for membership by a paper form and not by the electronic application on the website;
      d) The Application is approved and accepted by NAFLGD.

3. FALSE DOCUMENTS, MISLEADING INFORMATION, FRAUDLENT APPLICATION.  If a Membership is approved by NAFLGD and it is later determined that the application including the supporting documents was falsely submitted and/or the Member misrepresented his or her personal qualifying information by submitting false or fraudulent documents about their past then NAFLGD has the right to terminate their Membership with no refund of the Dues paid in the past or present and all Membership Privileges become null and void.  If an NAFLGD attorney or any other attorney assigned or recommended to the defense of a Member and it is determined that the individual obtained Membership falsely then all legal assistance and  activity is suspended.

4. MEMBERS RIGHT TO CANCEL.  You may cancel your membership at any time by written letter, email, or phone call.  Cancelation will be effective at the time and date received by the NAFLGD staff.

5. CHANGES IN THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP.  If and when any changes are made by NAFLGD then any active member has the option to opt-out if he or she disagrees with any modifications or changes made by NAFLGD.  The Terms and conditions of Membership are posted on the website.  Any such changes shall be binding on you on the effective date of the change.

6.  CHANGES IN THE MEMBERSHIP PRIVILEGES. Any active member has the option to opt-out if he or she disagrees with any modifications or changes made by NAFLGD.  NAFLGD reserves the right to add, eliminate or change any published Membership benefit or amenity at any time and from time to time, in its sole discretion.  The Membership privileges at any time shall be as posted on the NAFLGD web-site or as otherwise communicated to the Members.  Such changes shall be effective on the date such revised Membership benefits are posted to the web-site or communicated to the Members.

7. PAYMENT OF MEMBERSHIP DUES. Dues shall be due and payable at the original time of application and auto-renewed on the anniversary date and time of each month or year as selected on the application.

8. NOTIFICATIONS TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE.  The member should call the Emergency Assistance number on their membership ID card as soon as possible.  The call will be answered by a live person and recorded.  An attorney will contact you if not in jail for details.  If the member is in jail then give the name of the Jail, City, State, and contact phone number, if known, for the attorney to communicate with that facility.

9. IDEMNITY.  By execution of the application you agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless the NAFLGD board members, officers, employees, affiliates, successors and assigns, to include but not limited to, their immediate family members from and against any claims, lawsuits, damages, liabilities, expenses or cost that may occur, including all cost for claims and/or damages against NAFLGD arising out of or resulting from the acts or omissions of the member, members family, successors or assigns.

10. RESOLUTION OF DISPUTES.  All disputes arising out of differences between the Members and NAFLGD that are not resolvable by good faith negotiations by the same, shall regardless of any statute or law to the contrary in any state, province, territory, county, or nation, any legal claim or cause of action arising from the past, present, or future, must be filed no later than one (1) year of membership or be forever barred from taking any action against NAFLGD.  This agreement is constructed according to the laws of the State of Texas, and is performable in the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.  The courts located in the State of Texas, Federal, or State, shall have exclusive jurisdiction to here and determine all claims, disputes, controversies, and actions arising from or relating to disputes by and between a member and the NAFLGD, the “Parties” and any of its terms or provisions, or to any relationship between the Parties hereto, and venue shall be in the courts located in Tarrant County, Texas.

11. GENERAL COMMUNICATION AND NOTICES. All routine business communication by and between the member and NAFLGD shall be by e-mail naflgd@gmail.com, or USPS First Class Mail, or by phone call on the administrative office phone 817-238-8161.

12. MISCELLANEOUS.  NAFLGD will accept an application for Membership from any individual that meets the requirements established by NAFLGD without regard to race, color, creed, gender, religion or national origin, nor shall such matters ever be made a condition of Membership.

The Membership is personal to the Member and may not be transferred or assigned at any time to any other person.  In the event of the death of the Member the Membership is terminated and it shall be the responsibility of the surviving to notify NAFLGD.

You acknowledge that there have been no promises, warranties or representations, express or implied, pertaining directly or indirectly to the Membership which are not contained herein, in the Application or on the NAFLGD web-site.

If you are receiving the monthly newsletter publication from NAFLGD you may opt-out at any time by notice as described herein.

You acknowledge that Membership is not an insurance policy and has never been represented, implied, said, inferred, promised, or guaranteed, that it is, or was, insurance.  Member agrees that the aggregate combined total sum of One Million US Dollars ($1,000,000.00), per occurrence, can only be used by, licensed, certified and qualified personnel approved by, employed by, or contracted to, The National Association For Legal Gun Defense, such as but not limited to, Attorneys’, Expert Witness, Private Investigator, Bail Bondsman, or Forensic Testing Laboratory.

The invalidity or unenforceability of any term or provision of the Membership Agreement and/or Terms and Conditions shall not affect the validity or enforceability of the remaining terms or conditions hereof, which remaining terms and conditions shall remain unmodified and in full force and effect.