Bail Bonds in Lynwood Provides Flexible Payment Options

Bail Bonds in Lynwood Provides Flexible Payment Options

Bail Bonds in Lynwood Provides Flexible Payment Options

Your life is a constantly changing and evolving thing. What works for you at one point in your life, may not work for you a few months down the line. Due to this fact, all long term plans need to be flexible enough to accommodate change. Here at Bail Bonds in Lynwood, we understand that, which is why we provide our clients with flexible, affordable payment plans.

Bailing someone out of jail without bail help is an expensive undertaking. However, with help from Bail Bonds in Lynwood you will only ever have to pay 10% of the full bail price. That means you save 90% just by coming to us for help. However, that is not all that we do to help out our clients.

We also provide everyone with personalized payment plans that fit into their budgets. This way, the 10% of the bail is broken up into even smaller pieces that are much more manageable. To make sure that our clients are always able to pay for the bail bond, we accept a variety of different payment methods to give them some flexibility.

Here at Bail Bonds in Lynwood, we accept:

  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Major debit & credit cards
  • Western Union money transfers
  • E-Checks
  • Wells Fargo business account deposits

Our clients can also choose to make some of these payments over the phone, online, or through our website. We provide all of this flexibility to make paying for the bail bond as easy and affordable as possible. A client can use one payment type for a few months, and then switch to something else if they need to. The choice is theirs.

If you are ready to bail a friend or family member out of jail, just call 323-357-0575 or click Chat With Us now.


Bail Bonds in Lynwood Makes Bailing Someone out of Jail an Affordable Experience

Bail Bonds in Lynwood Makes Bailing Someone out of Jail an Affordable Experience

Bail Bonds in Lynwood Makes Bailing Someone out of Jail an Affordable Experience

Often times, paying for something is more difficult than actually finding the thing in the first place. This is definitely the case when it comes to bailing someone out of jail. Finding a bail agent to help you can be easy, after all, you just need to contact Bail Bonds in Lynwood. However, paying for the bail bond can seem like a daunting task at first glance.

What people do not realize though, is that by coming to Bail Bonds in Lynwood for help, they will be able to afford the bail. This is due to the fact that we make our bail bonds as affordable as possible. For starters, our bail bonds only cost 10% of the price of the bail itself.

After that, we can offer qualified clients an extra 20% off the price of the bail bond. To qualify for this discount, one of the co-signers of the bail bond needs to meet certain requirements.

Here are the following requirements:

  • Be a member of the military.
  • Be a member of AARP.
  • Be a union member.
  • Be a homeowner.
  • Have a private attorney.

So long as one of those requirements is met, the client can qualify to get there bail bond at only 8% of the full bail price instead of the usual 10%.

In addition to this discount, we also offer all of our clients customized payment plans. This way the cost of the bail bond is broken up into manageable chunks. Each monthly payment will be designed to work with the client’s particular budget.

Bailing someone out of jail may seem like an impossibly expensive undertaking, but that is not the case with Bail Bonds in Lynwood. We make bailing someone out of jail an affordable experience.

Are you ready to bail someone out of jail? If so, just call 323-357-0575 or click Chat With Us now.


Don’t Lose Your Cool over Condiments

Don’t Lose Your Cool over Condiments

Don’t Lose Your Cool over Condiments

Throughout our life, things will constantly be thrown our way that cause stress and test us. Some people deal with this stress better than others. For instance, most people wouldn’t be that upset to discover that the person at the drive-thru window of their favorite fast food restaurant forgot to give them ketchup. They might be a bit disappointed, but then they would move on, after all, it isn’t the end of the world.

However, that was not the case for one Santa Ana woman on October 27. Apparently, the woman was so upset about not getting her desired condiment that she snuck into the back of the McDonald’s and assaulted the manager.

Surveillance footage from the restaurant shows a woman in a pink shirt and gray sweat pants confronting the manager with a lot of swearing. The manager told the woman that she couldn’t be back there, and then the woman attacked. Another employee heard the commotion and rushed to break up the fight. At that point, the woman was choking the manager. The woman proceeded to flee the scene.

Sadly, this is becoming an all too familiar story. Someone goes to get a quick meal, is upset with the service in some way, and snaps. What people need to remember is that doing something like this is not worth the trouble. This woman will likely face battery charges under California Penal Code 242. She faces up to 6 months in jail and a max fine of $2,000.

It would have been cheaper and easier to just buy a bottle of ketchup from a store.


Winter Driving Conditions Have Arrived in California

Winter Driving Conditions Have Arrived in California

Winter Driving Conditions Have Arrived in California

While it may not feel like it in some areas of the state, winter has just about arrived. There is no denying that there is a definite chill in the air that wasn’t there a few weeks ago. As the days grow shorter, and more inclement weather begins to appear, driving becomes a little more treacherous.

It can be hard to remember that driving is dangerous when you do it every day, but that is definitely the case. No other time of the year does this become more apparent than in winter. During the coldest part of the year, roads become more slippery, which makes it easier for drivers to lose control of their vehicles.

When the weather starts to take a turn for the worse, most experts recommend to avoid driving in it altogether. Unfortunately, that is not always possible. There are somethings that just have to be done. If that is the case, a driver needs to be careful with how they proceed depending on the weather that they are facing.

A good general rule of thumb is to slow down when road conditions get slick or slippery. Just because a speed limit sign says 50 MPH, does not mean you have to do that in wet conditions. In fact, a law enforcement officer can pull a person for driving too quickly in unsafe conditions even if they are going the speed limit. This is due to the fact that drivers are supposed to drive at speeds that are safe for the weather conditions.

If the roads are icy or covered in snow, then a driver needs to slow down everything that they do.

This includes:

  • Speed of travel
  • Applying brakes
  • Accelerating
  • Turning

Due to the loss of traction that is experienced in icy conditions, doing anything too quickly can lead to a driver losing control of their vehicle.

In order to keep everyone on the road safe, including themselves, a driver need to be more cautious during the winter months.

Sometimes that means slowing down. It might mean getting somewhere late, but it also means getting there safely.


Get Someone Out of Jail at an Affordable Price This Holiday Season

Get Someone Out of Jail at an Affordable Price This Holiday Season

Get Someone Out of Jail at an Affordable Price This Holiday Season

As the holidays roll around, everyone begins saving up money in order to buy their loved one’s the perfect gifts. This means that for a lot of people, their budgets get a little bit tighter at this time of year. They do not have the funds to deal with any surprises. Unfortunately, sometimes surprises pop up despite that fact.

For instance, you weren’t planning on your friend getting arrested, and yet there she is calling you from jail. You don’t have the money to post her bail, or so you think. You might be surprised to learn how affordable a bail bond from Bail Bonds in Lynwood can be.

Our bail bonds only cost 10% of the full bail price that you are looking to pay for. This means that if your loved one’s bail is set at $20,000, the bail bond will only cost $2,000. That is a savings of 90%. The idea of bailing out your friend just went from being impossible, to affordable.

Now that you realize that you can afford to bail out your friend, you want to contact one of our bail agents. This is very easy because our agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

On top of that, we also provide the following services:

  • 20% Discount
  • Over the phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees – unlike other bail agencies
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Espanol

If you want to bail your friend out of jail at an affordable price and in time for the holidays, just talk to the professionals here at Bail Bonds in Lynwood. Our agents will work with you to get your loved one out of jail quickly with a bail bond that you can actually afford.

If you are ready to get started, just call 323-357-0575 or click Chat With Us now.


Did You Suddenly Find Yourself in Need of Bail Help?

Did You Suddenly Find Yourself in Need of Bail Help?

Did You Suddenly Find Yourself in Need of Bail Help?

The thought of bailing someone out of jail is not one that crosses a person’s mind unless they suddenly find themselves needing to bail out a loved one. This is usually due to the fact that people don’t want to even imagine the idea that someone they know might get arrested. While this may work out for some people, not everyone is lucky enough to never need to post bail in their life.

The fact of the matter is, thousands of people are arrested every single day in California alone. That means that at least twice as many people out their learn that a loved one has been arrested and needs to be bailed out. That is not a fun thing to discover. Something like this can leave a person shocked and confused. Luckily, there are people out there who can help.

If you need bail help in the State of California, then you need to talk to the professional bail agents here at Bail Bonds in Lynwood. For over 31 years, we have been helping clients deal with the shock of a loved one’s arrest. We help our clients understand the bail process, and get their loved one out of jail quickly and affordably.

If you suddenly find yourself in need of bailing someone out of jail, do not panic. You can trust that the bail agents here at Bail Bonds in Lynwood will have your back.

We provide all of the following to our clients:

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees – unlike other bail agencies
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se hablaEspanol

Do not let the shock of a loved one’s arrest prevent you from lending a hand. Just because you don’t know much about the bail process does not mean that you cannot help. Just talk to one of our agents. They will be more than happy to answer your questions about the bail process and your loved one’s arrest. After talking to one of our agents, you will see that there is nothing to worry about.

Do you need to talk to a bail agent right now? No worries, our agents are always available, just call 323-357-0575 or click Chat With Us now.


What Could Be Considered Illegal Dumping?

What Could Be Considered Illegal Dumping?

What Could Be Considered Illegal Dumping?

Everyone generates trash that they want to get rid of. Sometimes the item that a person is throwing away is simply broken, or it was just the wrapper that contained the item. No matter the case, the item is no longer needed and is discarded.

Now most people, when they collect too much trash, they either pay to have a waste disposal company pick it up on a weekly basis, or they take it to the dump themselves and pay the dumping fee. However, there are some people out there who do not want to pay to throw away their garbage or other unwanted items.

Instead of making sure that their garbage ends up in a designated dump, they find a barren stretch of road and leave the trash there. Not only can this be unsanitary, but it makes the entire state look bad when more and more people start doing it. What these people may not realize is that dumping trash in random areas is illegal. When caught dumping waste illegally, a person is likely to face hefty fines, especially if they are a repeat offender.

What Constitutes Illegal Dumping in California?

Here in the state of California, the crime of illegally dumping waste matter is defined under Penal Code 374.3. The crime lists several example instances when it is illegal for a person to dump waste matter.

The dumping of waste can be a problem when it is done in one of these 4 locations:

  • On a public or private road.
  • On private property that the public can access through an easement.
  • On private property without the owner’s consent.
  • On public property that isn’t a designated dumping place for garbage.

Under Penal Code 374.3 waste matter is not just trash. The following can all count as illegally dumped waste material:

  • Everyday trash.
  • Construction materials.
  • Yard trimmings.
  • Animal carcasses.
  • Any object likely to cause harm to someone.
  • Any object likely to cause a traffic accident.

This is just a simplified version of everything that the Penal Code lists. It even lists things such as cigarettes and matches. Basically, if an item can be left behind, then it can be considered as illegally dumped waste.

What Are the Penalties of Illegal Dumping?

The act of illegally dumping waste matter is an infraction level offense. This means that a person caught breaking this law will not face jail time. However, they will face some hefty fines. This is especially true if the person continues to dump things illegally.

  • For a first time offense of illegal dumping, a person faces a fine of anywhere from $250 to $1,000.
  • A second time offense earns a person a fine from $500 to $1,500.
  • Any subsequent offense earns a person a fine anywhere from $750 to $3,000.

While those fines can be bad enough on their own, they may not come alone. For instance, these fines will double if any of the illegally dumped matter included used vehicle tires. In addition to the above fines, additional fines can be added on that are based on how long the illegally dumped material sat there. Depending on the situation, a person can also be charged with vandalism and trespassing, which would include their own penalties as well.

If the dumped material was in large enough quantities that they could only come from commercial business, then the crime falls under Penal Code 374.3(h), which is illegally dumping commercial qualities. This is a misdemeanor level offense with drastically increased fines.

Illegal Dumping Just Isn’t Worth It

Basically, dumping is something that everyone should take seriously. It is not a crime that people want to commit just to avoid a few dump fees. It isn’t worth it. The fines will definitely cost more than it would to just pay a waste disposal company.

If a person is looking to throw away a large item that will not fit in their regular trash receptacle, they may be able to call either their city or their waste disposal company. Some cities and companies allow people to schedule large pickups of trash to make disposal possible.

If a person finds illegally dumped waste, or witnesses someone in the act of illegally dumping waste, they should report it to local authorities.

If the person witnesses the act, they should take down the following information to give to the proper authorities:

  • Date, time, and location of incident.
  • Description of vehicle and license plate number.
  • Description of person(s) dumping.
  • The items/materials being dumped.

Depending on where the person is, they should report the incident to either the city, local police, or Environmental Services.

If everyone follows dumping laws, and reported incidents of illegal dumping, then the entire state would be a lot cleaner. That is something that everyone would enjoy.


California Drivers Have to Stop for School Buses

California Drivers Have to Stop for School Buses

California Drivers Have to Stop for School Buses

Everyone has been in a hurry once or twice in their life. Sometimes our mornings don’t go exactly as planned and we find ourselves rushing to get to work on time. Unfortunately, when drivers rush, they tend to make some careless and reckless decisions. A perfect example of this is when drivers fail to stop for school busses.

Here in California, drivers are required by California Vehicle Code 22454 to stop for school buses that are displaying flashing lights and/or an extended stop sign. What’s more, a law like this exists in all 50 states. In California, the only time a vehicle doesn’t have to stop for a bus is if they are on the other side of a divided roadway that has two or more lanes traveling in both directions.

The reason for the law is that driving by a school bus while kids are boarding or leaving the vehicle is dangerous. If a car hits the bus, dozens of children could be hurt or killed. Nobody wants that to happen, and yet thousands of people ignore stopped buses every single day.

Breaking this law can result in heavy fines, increased insurance premiums, and a suspended license for up to 6 months. Plus, this will add points to a person’s driving record, which can get a driver into even more trouble.

Basically, it is not worth it to pass a school bus no matter how late the driver may be.


Don’t Let Road Rage Ruin Your Holiday

Don’t Let Road Rage Ruin Your Holiday

Don’t Let Road Rage Ruin Your Holiday

The holidays are upon us, and for many people, it is a time of cheer and joy. Unfortunately, those feelings don’t seem to follow us onto the road. Road rage actually seems to be more common during the holidays. This is typically due to the large uptick in drivers shopping around stores or traveling to visit family. More drivers equals more traffic, which inevitably leads to road rage.

If a person is looking to have a calm and relaxing drive this holiday season, then they need to learn to avoid road rage. Luckily, there are a few things that a driver can do to try and help themselves avoid road rage.

  • One of the best ways to avoid road rage is to drive defensively. This means a person drives to the very best of their abilities. They don’t tailgate, speed, or cut people off. They keep a safe distance between themselves and other vehicles all the while being prepared for other drivers to not make good decisions around them.
  • Another simple method is to plan accordingly when driving during the holidays. A driver should account for the extra traffic and give him or herself extra time to get wherever it is they are going. This can help alleviate any possible time crunch, thereby reducing stress that could cause road rage.
  • An often overlooked idea is to choose the right music while driving. Music can drastically affect a person and their emotions. Listening to fast paced music can make a person more energized and aggressive. Experts recommend listening to slower melodies while driving in order to help a driver stay calm.
  • Lastly, a driver just needs to stay calm. People often make mistakes, especially while driving. Getting mad at other drivers can only make things worse. It is better for everyone to just take a few breaths and stay calm.

The holidays are supposed to be a time of happiness and family, don’t let a few grumpy drivers ruin that. Instead, remember to stay calm and follow the tips above to help avoid any additional road rage this holiday season.


Bailing Someone Out Can Be Affordable with Bail Bonds in Lynwood

Bailing Someone Out Can Be Affordable with Bail Bonds in Lynwood

Bailing Someone Out Can Be Affordable with Bail Bonds in Lynwood

There are things in life that people simply don’t like to do. Unfortunately, some of those things are unavoidable. They can be small like doing chores around the house, or they can be much larger, such as needing to make a large emergency payment. An example of an emergency expense would be posting someone’s bail.

Here in California, bail is extremely expensive. At its cheapest amounts, it still costs several thousands of dollars. This puts its affordability well out of range of the average individual. No one has a few thousands of dollars lying around that they can spare. For many, once they see the bail amount, they assume there is nothing they can do to help their loved one. However, they are wrong.

They can get an affordable bail bond from Bail Bonds in Lynwood. Our bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. If you need to bail someone out of jail who has a $20,000 bail amount, you will be able to get them out with a $2,000 bail bond. You will be able to save 90% off your loved one’s bail by coming to us for help.

On top of giving our clients a huge discount, we also give them the ability to pay for the bail bond with a payment plan. This payment plan will be designed to work with their budget. It will break up the upfront cost of the bail bond and make it even more manageable by spreading it out over several months. We will make paying for the bail bond easy.

You may not like the idea of parting ways with your hard earned money, but by posting your loved one’s bail, you rescue him from jail. Luckily, Bail Bonds in Lynwood is here to make this an affordable endeavor. All you have to do is talk to one of our bail agents and they will be more than happy to help you.

You can talk to an agent for free at any time by calling 323-357-0575 or by clicking Chat With Us now.