There are hundreds of bail bond agencies in the State of California. Why? Because bail is an integral part of the justice system, especially in a state as large as California. But like any other business, the more of them there are the more of them you should avoid. However, there is one agency that has more than 25 locations in a number of counties.
Bail Hotline has offices in Oakland, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, and throughout the entire state. And unlike other agencies, Bail Hotline has a proven track record because of its customer service, transparent business model and quick response.
A Leader in Customer Service
Securing a bail bond may be something you’ve never had to do before. This means you have a lot of questions, especially when it comes to collateral, costs, timing and figuring out how to get a person out of jail as quickly as possible.
Fortunately for you, Bail Hotline is reachable 24/7 at (888) 958-1228. The bond agency is more than happy to answer any questions you might have about premiums, the process and helping you understand the ins and outs of bail bonds.
Experts on Jail Release
Once a person is arrested, friends and family members on the outside will have to find out what the charges are and what the bail amount is set at. But what then? What if bail is set at $10,000 and you don’t have that kind of cash?
Well, the next step is to contact Bail Hotline and start talking options. The bond agency will work with you to find the best solution for bailing someone out of jail. This is usually done by using a surety bond, or when you pay 10 percent of the bail amount. Next, the defendant will be released because Bail Hotline will cover the rest.
You can also use property as collateral as well as cars, valuables and bank account balances. Collateral comes into play when bail is high. If you have any questions about acceptable forms of collateral, Bail Hotline is available 24/7 to answer them.
Bail Hotline has two objectives:
- Bail defendants out of jail as quickly as possible.
- Make the process easy for the defendant and the person on the outside.
The agents with Bail Hotline have uncountable years of experience dealing with bail bonds and helping customers through the process. They can even give you advice about what types of collateral to use, how to ensure a defendant will appear in court and much, much more.
Bail Hotline was founded by four brothers, all of which wanted to change the face of the California bail bond industry. Guess what? They did it.
The agency now has dozens of offices, hundreds of employees and has helped countless defendants get out of jail. Its success is something you can count on, especially if you or a friend is arrested.