WE DO NOT DO Bail Bonds.
A surety bond is basically a written promise from an insurance company to pay for your mistakes or obligations. Your customers can make a bond claim for simply not liking the results. It is a guarantee that the customers satisfaction will be met. If your customers or vendors make a bond claim, You are then required to pay back the bonding company. It is basically giving a credit card to your customers and vendors. In Washington State Contractor bonds come in the limits of $4000 for an electrical bond, $6000 for a Specialty Contractor Bond and $12,000 for a General Contracting Bond.
Construction Bond – Bid, Performance and Payment Bonds and Supply bonds for contractors with program capacity needs from “First Bond” to $25 million.
License and Permit Bonds
- Contractor License
- Highway and Street Permit
- Agent/Adjuster/Broker License
- Fuel Dealer
- Professional License
- Automobile Dealer
- Alcoholic Beverage Compliance Bonds
- Trustee Bonds
Receiver or Trustee Bond in Bankruptcy
- Notary Public
- Deputy Sheriff
- County/City/School Treasurer Bonds
- Court Clerk
- Loan Closing Attorney
- FHA Schedule Bonds
- Plaintiff Replevin
- Plaintiff Attachment
- Cost Bonds
Fidelity Bonds – ERISA (Pension Plans), Business Services Bonds (Janitorial)
Financial Institution Bonds and D&O Coverage – Commercial Banks and Savings Institutions, etc.