Claremont Bail Bonds
Why Should You Choose Us?
Alomar Bail Bonds is a family owned and operated bail bond agency, Albert has been serving the Claremont residents and college students for the past 22 years. We are life time residents of the foothill area, having lived in San Dimas, Glendora, Pomona and La Verne, we know the area and actually visit and shop the local business, places like Casa Moreno Mexican Restaurant, Viva Madrid (Albert’s favorite restaurant in Claremont) Buca di Beppo, Eureka and many more.
We believe in family values and in times of need, it would be our pleasure to assist you keep your loved ones together. When unfortunate things happen to people, it is nice to know that someone is there to help make a difficult time less painful.
Here are some of the things you won’t have to worry about when choosing Alomar Bail Bonds to assist in bailing your friend or relative.
Renewal Premiums: It is not uncommon in the bail industry to be charged the bail premium every year if the case for which you have posted bail is extended for a period longer than 12 months. Alomar Bail Bonds does not charge renewal premiums, if in fact your case extends for more than a year, it will not cost you a single penny more.
Reinstatement Fee or Court Appearance Fee: If at any time the court requires any paperwork related to the reinstatement of your bond or any appearance by Alomar Bail Bonds employee in court on your behalf, you will not be charged any money for such paperwork or appearance.
Travel or Posting Fee: It is customary in the bail industry for agents, especially if they are not local to the area, to charge travel or posting fees, for going to do their job. Albert will promise that you will not be charged any fees other than the rate you legally qualify by the California Department of Insurance on your bail bond, and nothing else.
We believe that the purchase of a bail bond should not come attached to a bunch of junk fees. At Alomar Bail Bonds we will charge you and honest and fair fee, and nothing more.
Please call us to help you bail out your loved one at 626-449-4118
How much does a bail bond cost?
This is probably one of the most controversial of all the questions answered here in this FAQ, please take the time to read the hole answer, you might find it very interesting.
We understand that as a consumer we all want to pay as least as possible for the items we purchase, there are certain things that most of us would not consider finding the bargain in town and then there are other things that are not worth going cheep on. When a person is considering purchasing a bail bond it means that a friend or family member has been arrested for a violation of a law, this would not be the time for violating another law, it would be much wiser to make the bond affordable by making payments with our zero percent financing or making sure that you qualify for the lower 8% rate by providing the necessary paperwork to qualify.
The law in the State of California says that the cost of a Bail Bond is 10% of the penal amount of the bond, in other words a bond in the amount of $10,000.00 costs $1,000.00. however there are some conditions that may qualify and indemnitor for a rate of 8%, those conditions will be explained when you call.
Any bail bond company that advertises rates lower that those allowed by the California Law, is violating the law, and that is the truth, the majority of the time the rate is being used to get a consumer to call, then they will do the traditional “bait and switch” or give a big load of reasons you don’t qualify.
We think that an honest straight forward answer is a much better way to inform a consumer. If you want to know the real answer, please call us and we will be straight and honest with you, if you qualify for the 8% rate we will tell you, if you don’t, we will tell you also.
If you are reading this page it’s very likely someone you know and love has been arrested by Claremont Police Department and you are not sure what to do next. Alomar Bail Bonds has been providing bail assistance to the community for over 22 years. We know how to help you get them home.
When someone is arrested by Claremont Police most of the time they are held at the Claremont City Jail awaiting their arraignment date in court, most Claremont arrestees go to court at the Pomona Superior Court located at 400 Civic Center Plaza Pomona, CA 91766 (909) 620-3023. A small percentage of arrestees will be transported to other city jails or the Los Angeles County Jail.
There are instances when posting bail is the best choice. And there are circumstances in which posting bail may not be the best decision. We can help you investigate the situation and give an honest opinion, then after knowing what your options are, you can make a determination that best serves your individual case.
After the arrest, the inmate is finger printed and booked using the live scan system and once their identity has been proven and the authorities are assured that he/she does not have any outstanding warrants, the person will be allowed to post bail. This process can sometimes take as many as 2 to 4 hours, the good news is that after Alomar Bail Bonds has posted bail for your friend or relative we can get them released in less than an hour in the majority of cases.
Posting bail for a friend or family member can be relatively simple if you are dealing with a knowledgeable agent that can inform you of all your options and knows how to work within the legal system. Alomar Bail Bonds is a family owned and operated company that has been in business for more than 22 years, Albert and his staff take pride in helping families stay together, through tough times.
Please call us at (626) 449-4118, and let us help you get your loved one home.