We at Lynwood Bail Bond Store believe it is important to know the local history and we feel it is important to share this information with you.
- The City of Lynwood is named after Lynwood Dairy and Creamery which is named after the farmer’s wife’s maiden name.
- The land was first settled in 1810 by Don Antonio Lugo who had received a land grant of over 29,000 acres of local land.
- Upon Lugo’s death in 1860 the land was divided up amongst his eight children, the area of Lynwood went to his daughter Guadalupe.
- In 1902 the deed for the Lynwood area found its way into the hands of C.H. Sessions where he proceeded to establish a dairy and named it after his wife Ms. Lynn Wood Sessions.
- The dairy was located on what is now Sanborn and Long Beach Blvd.
- Southern Pacific Railroad had a siding in the area that they called the “Lynwood Siding”
- In 1913 over 800 acres of land were opened up for suburban home building.
- Lynwood was incorporated in 1921
At Lynwood Bail Bond Store we want to help people, whether by bailing them out of jail or by teaching them about they live.
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- We can come to you! ( Home, Job, Jail)
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- Los Angeles County, and all surrounding areas
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To set up a free consultation, call 424-282-2056 or click here to request an appointment online.
Lynwood Bail Bond Store Frequently Asked Questions
Our bail agents at Lynwood Bail Bond Store often get asked what’s the difference between several different bail things, bail vs. premium, bondsmen vs. agents, licensed vs. unlicensed. In this article we’re going to discuss these differences.
What is the difference between a bail and a bail premium. It’s simple really, bail is the amount of money required by the court for the defendant to be released from jail. Bail premium is the amount of money required by a bail bonds agency for them to bail the defendant out of jail and the amount for the bail premium is dependant on the bail amount and local state laws. In California bail premiums can’t be higher than 10% of the bail, so if someone’s bail is set at $10,000 than the bail premium would be $1,000.
When researching bail bonds you may come across two different terms, bail bondsmen and bail agents. You may be asking yourself what is the difference between the two. Trade secret, there isn’t a difference, the terms are interchangeable.
People often ask if it is ok to use an unlicensed bail bondsman. The answer is and always will be, NO! Bailing people out of jail without a license is illegal and can get the “bail bondsman” arrested. Never use an unlicensed bail bondsman and it shouldn’t be a big deal to see the bail agents license, if it is you may wan to consider using someone else for bail.
The most important thing to take away from this is don’t be afraid to ask your bail agents questions. They are there to help you and answering your questions is important. The bail agents at Lynwood Bail Bond Store will always answer any bail questions you might have.