BAIL BOND FEES ARE SET BY LAW
In California, the cost of a bail bond is set by law.
As a consumer, you should know that the fee for the bail bond is set at 10% of the full bail amount.
For example, if the full bail amount is $25,000, which is the average bond in southern California, your cost is $2,500. Keep in mind that these rates are non-negotiable and are set by the California Department of Insurance. There should not be any hidden fees or taxes from the bail bond company.
This makes it easy because as a consumer shopping for a bail bond, you don’t need to call multiple bail bond companies to rates. At our company you’re always going to get the state approved rates.
PAYMENT & FINANCING
We offer affordable financing and flexible payment plan options. Here are some additional resources:
- Bail Bonds Cost Video: The cost of a bail bond in the State of California is set by law. This video gives you the basics as well as tips to make sure you are working with a reputable bail bond company. Or, read the transcript.
- Payment Options: We tailor our payment and financing requirements to your individual situation. Our bail agents can help you select the best option for your situation.
- No Collateral Bail Bonds: Known as "signature bonds" because only your signature (and the fee) is required to obtain the bond, Greg Rynerson Bail Bonds can often write bonds with no collateral required.
No Collateral Bail Bonds Video: Watch our video about no collateral bail bonds. If you prefer, you may read the transcript.
Last updated: 09/08/2014