One of the interesting things that sometimes happens after a person has been arrested in Tennessee, is that they will sit in their jail cell and wait for a bail bonds agency to contact them with an offer of a bail bonds.
We’re not sure why some people seem to think bail bonds agencies are like ambulance chasing attorneys or telemarketing companies. We do feel that it’s only fair to tell you that if you’re waiting for a bail bonds agency to contact you, you’ll be waiting for a very long time.
Tennessee’s bail industry is regulated by the Tennessee Department of Insurance. They have strict rules in place that govern what bail bonds agencies can and can’t do. According to the Tennessee Department of Insurance we’re not allowed to actively solicit for business. That means we don’t call each time someone is arrested and pitch our business plan to you.
If you check out the Tennessee Department of Insurance’s website, you’ll see that it specifically states that:
“Bail agents must be solicited for bail directly by the arrestee, the arrestee’s attorney of record, or an adult friend or family member; bail agents may not solicit business.”
That means that you need to be proactive about covering your bail. If you need Nashville Bail Bonds help posting bail, you need to contact us.
The good news is that we’ve made contacting us about bail extremely easy. There are two ways you can do this. The first is by calling our toll-free phone number. The second is clicking the chat with us link and enjoying a virtual chat.
It doesn’t matter what time of the day or night you contact us. We have a bail bond expert standing by 24/7 who will answer all your questions and help you sign our bail bonds contract if you decide to use or services.
Free consultation is just one of the reasons we’re the first call most people make when they need help covering their bail. Additional reasons we’re the preferred bail bonds agency in Tennessee include:
· Phone/online approvals
· 0% Interest payment plans
· No hidden fees
· 24/7 Bail bond service
· No collateral required for working signers