When a person you care deeply about has been arrested, you will want to get him or her bailed out as quickly as you can. Other bail companies are in no rush to help you, all they care about is getting their money. Adams Bail Bonds, on the other hand, is not one of those companies. We are more concerned about getting your loved one out of jail quickly than we are about making money.
We are a family-owned bail bond company that was founded in 1987. Ever since then, we have been treating our clients with the dignity and respect that they deserve. Our family roots have helped keep our bail agents aware of the importance of their job. All of our agents know that they help reunite our clients’ families.
When you call or click the chat button on our website, our bail agents will immediately begin working with you to get your loved one out of jail. Just give our agents the name of your loved one, his or her birthday and the county where he or she was arrested. We will search through the county databases and find your loved one’s information.
Call Adams Bail Bonds now at 559-237-1054 and get the bail bond process started right away.
Adams Bail Bonds Can Make Your Loved One’s Bail More Affordable
Unlike our competitors, we want to help you bail the people you care about out of jail. To do this, we make bail bonds more affordable by offering payment plans and discounts. If you or a co-signer is a member of the military, a member of AARP, is a homeowner or has a private attorney, then we can offer up to a 20% discount on the price of the bail bond.
We strive to make bail bonds easier and more affordable for all of our clients at Adams Bail Bonds. We use our family upbringing to keep us grounded and to remind us to treat all of our clients with the dignity and respect that they deserve. You can always count on receiving fast, courteous and confidential service from us.
With help from our bail agents, you will find that you can afford to bail your loved one out of jail. With Adams Bail Bonds’ help, you can have your loved one out of jail and back home where he or she belongs in no time at all.