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Allstate Bail Bonds

Allstate Bail Bonds has been owned and operated by the Persons family since 1951. It was established in Los Angeles by Billy Persons (1925-2007) and he was active in its operation until 1977 when he retired. Under his guidance the company grew into one of the largest bail agencies in Southern California with offices in West Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Venice, Torrance and Lennox. In 1977 his son, also named Billy, entered the business and in 1981 he assumed management of the company. In 1991 Chris Bailey joined the company bringing his administrative skill and experience to broaden the scope of the company to include a full service surety insurance agency.. Since its founding, Allstate Bail Bonds has remained committed to providing the ultimate in service to the people and communities it serves.We have two locations to serve you, in West L.A. and Torrance. At Allstate Bail Bonds we take pride in providing the ultimate in service to our clients. We are available 24 hours a day , every day, to assist you . We charge the lowest rates allowed by California law and can provide financing in many instances. We can arrange bail regardless of geographic location. In most cases we will provide transportation upon release from custody. Confidentiality and discretion are absolute. We do not share information regarding our clients with anyone. We do not “hard sell” bail bonds as there are situations when the posting of bail is inadvisable. Two locations to serve you. 1674 Corinth Ave., West Los Angeles, Ca. 90025 18750 Crenshaw Blvd., Torrance, Ca. 90504 (read less) Location: 1674 Corinth Ave. Los Angeles, CA, 90

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