If you need help bailing someone out of the El Centro jail you will want to speak with an expert Imperial bondsman. An experienced bondsman will be able to help you understand the ins and outs of how the arrest process works and can help you get the person you care for out of jail fast.
The California Department of Insurance (DOI) regulates the state’s bail industry and every Imperial bail bondsman is required to hold a valid bail license. You should also know that the DOI, not individual bail bonds companies, sets the rate at which bondsmen are to charge their clients. That rate is 10%. This means if someone’s bail has been set at $20,000 you can expect to pay $2,000 to an Imperial bail bondsman to purchase a bond.
Since every bail agent is required to hold an insurance license you can think of bail bonds as being similar to any other insurance policy. The biggest difference is that whereas auto or homeowners insurance insures items from damage Imperial bail bonds are an insurance policy that if the defendant is released from custody, they will return to court.
Much like the premium or fee you pay for your auto insurance policy is non-refundable even if you don’t get in an accident, the money you’ll pay to an Imperial bail bondsman is not something you will get back.
At Adelante Bail Bonds we understand you may have a number of questions about how this process works. You can call our office at any time, day or night, to be directly connected to an expert bail bondsman. Someone is even available to assist you on holidays and weekends.
For more information on how we can help get your loved one out of jail fast call us now at 760-230-0194.