About 510 Bail Bond
Good news for people who are tired of hearing an automated voice system to prompt them through their loved ones bail process. Owner and founder David Laskey of 510BailBond.com opens its doors in California focusing on the greater Bay Area and Sacramento region to help bail people's loved ones get out of jail and back home without the automated voice system. One of the reasons why I wanted to run a smaller operation is because I am tired of listening to a series of departments on automated voice systems to get you to the correct individual. "When you are in a stressful situation like Bail, you need to speak to a human who you can trust and get you what you want ASAP" says Owner and Founder David Laskey.
No one ever plans on going to jail, but mistakes do happen when you are out with your friends. Certain situations that are out of one's control happen and generally individuals are often left scrambling trying to figure out what to do and who to call to bail their loved ones out.
Bail amounts are set by the Judge and individuals are given the option to pay the bail in full or have a Bail Agent post a bail bond for them. With bail amounts at $5,000-$150,000 and above, most people opt to use a Bail Bondsman. The advantage of using a Bail Agent is that people only have to come up with 10% of the bail amount. This fee is set by the Department of Insurance; hence, shopping for the best price in a time of panic isn't a concern.
When dealing with bigger Bail Bond companies it is a Russian roulette game to see if you will be set up with the most trustworthy person. Would you rather deal with the small business owner himself who has his reputation on the line or have the big Bail Bond Company's customer service rep?
With a vast amount of Public information online and search sites people can have many different experiences from dealing with Big Bail Bond Company's based on who assists them. With 510 Bail Bond you have 1 person who handles all of your issues in one phone call 24-7-365 without the automated voice system.
In California, Bail Agents are licensed by the California Department of Insurance and all advertisements they display must state their license number. You may search the California Department of Insurance's web page to verify that a Bail Agent is in fact licensed to conduct bail in the state.
Bail is not about getting someone out of jail; it is about getting people back to their lives.
David Laskey of 510 Bail Bond is a California Department of Insurance licensed bail company serving the people of California Lic#1845586
Founder of 510 Bail Bond serving the Bail Bond needs of the greater Bay Area including the following jails, "Fremont Jail, Hayward Jail,Santa Rita Jail, Santa Clara Jail, Sacramento Jail, San Joaquin Jail, San Francisco Jail." David Laskey has many community ties and interests, Dave holds the rank of Black Belt in Judo and has instructed youth through adult classes in the art of Judo. Dave also coached youth basketball, was President of the Mission Valley CYO basketball League. You may find him on your local basketball or football fields as a referee as Dave states, "Refereeing is a great way to stay in shape and stay involved with your community."