Bail Bonds Professionals
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For over six decades, S&H Bail Bonds has provided bail bonds services throughout southern California. Our longevity is testement to our customer service which has produced a large number of repeat and referal customers. The principle of customer satisfaction has always been a staple of our company and it continues today.
Since 1948, we have been bailing people out of jail. S&H Bail Bonds has an extensive understanding of every aspect of the bail bonds process. We understand how stressfull it can be to have a friend or loved one arrested so we dedicate ourselves to making the process as easy as possible.
S&H Bail Bonds
Since 1948 we have operated 14419 Sylvan Street in Van Nuys CA. Please come by our offices, directly across from the Van Nuys jail, we have pictures of our office dating back to the 50′s. You can take a look at downtown Los Angeles and the early developments of the Van Nuys CA area.
We adhere to the highest professional standards and we actively participate in several bail bonds industry and community/business organizations.
As a member of local, state and national bail bond associations, we make it our duty to stay current on new laws affecting our industry and our clients.
Bail Bond License & Affiliations
Professional Bail Agents of the United States (PBUS)
California Bail Agents Association (CBAA)
Member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB)
Member of the Natioanl Notary Association (NNA)
We take special care to explain the bail bond process in a way so that our clients are comfortable and confident with our services. We offer a free consultation with a licensed bail bond agent who will explain the whole process and answer any questions. We value your business and that’s why we make customer satisfaction our #1 priority.
Our agents have a standing security agreement with local court officials, in which they agree to post an irrevocable “blanket” bond, which will pay the court if any defendant for whom the agent is responsible does not appear. The agent usually has an arrangement with an insurance company, bank or another credit provider to draw on such security, even during hours when the bank is not operating. This eliminates the need for the bondsman to deposit cash or property with the court every time a new defendant is bailed out.
All Bail Bonds agents have lengthy agreements. All agreements in California are to be verified and certified by the California Department of Insurance. Most bail bonds agreements are given to the agents by their Insurers and the Insurers have already verified and certified all bail bonds agreements for their agents.