Andrew Branca reports today that the US Concealed Carry Association is being sued by a Platinum Member for refusal to cover her defense costs up to the policy limit of $150K. (Her actual costs have actually already exceeded that limit, but the complaint alleges that USCCA only paid $50K despite proper demand having been made for the remainder of the limit amount.) I don't want to restate his whole article here, but I recommend reading it at https://lawofselfdefense.com/uscca-sued-in-federal-court-refused-to-cover-platinum-member/ . You have to be a member of his website to read it, but there is a free level of membership that allows you to read current articles. Note that he asked USCCA to comment and at the bottom of the article has reproduced their response. The complaint is also reproduced in full.