Signal Hill Bail Bonds (562) 435-7666
Signal Hill Bail Bondsman Service
offer personalized, caring bail bonds in Signal Hill for
families in need of bondsman services. We understand this is a personal,
potentially embarrassing, situation. We handle all bail bonds
confidentiality and We realize that each situation is unique. Each
client will be treated with respect. Patel Bail Bonds is here to
help. We have extensive knowledge of the Signal Hill jail system to help
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Please call Toll-free to discuss your unique situation at 1-800-598-BAIL (2245) or call 1-888-598-5288.
While we handle all charges and all bail amounts, We specialize in high bail amounts and family situations including DUIs and Domestic Violence Charges for Signal Hill bail bonds.
Bail Bonds - Essential Information
you are considering bailing someone out of jail, you should understand
some basic information about bail bonds. Likely, this is your first
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you understand the Signal Hill bail bonds process.
We offer many pages with additional information and resources:
How Bail Bonds Work
- What are Bail Bonds / Bail Bond Contracts
- the Purpose of the Bail System
- What to Expect When Bailing Someone Out of Jail
- Costs of Bail Bonds and Payment Options
- How Bail Bonds are Approved
The Arrest Process
Signal Hill Police Department
- What Happens When Someone is Arrested
- Booking and Processing of an Arrestee
1800 East Hill Street
Signal Hill, CA 90755-3798
About the City of Signal Hill, CA
Signal Hill has a rich and colorful history. Most famous for the discovery of oil in 1921, and commonly known as an "oil town," the City is now a diverse community with an "oil history" and a bright future.
In the 1500s, the Puva Indians used the hilltop to signal other native tribes on Santa Catalina Island, 26 miles offshore. Because of its use as a signaling point, Spanish settlers called the hill "Loma Sental," which translates as "Signal Hill."
Signal Hill's first owner of record was Manuel Nieto, who received the land in 1784 as a grant from King Carlos III of Spain. Nieto later divided the land into six cattle and horse ranchos, two of which encompassed Signal Hill: Rancho Los Alamitos and Rancho Los Cerritos. Later purchased by New Englanders, the ranchos were used mostly for grazing and agriculture in the 1800s. A harsh winter in 1862, drought and other financial hardships resulted in the sale of the ranchos to the Bixby clan, who used the land to raise sheep.
Al Patel, Bondsman
Free Bail Bond Information, Anytime
Insurance License # 1845933
5220 Clark Ave. Suite #110
Lakewood, CA 90712
(Next to Lakewood Sheriff Station)
Lakewood : 562-866-7666
Cerritos : 562-860-7779
Norwalk : 562-864-7779
Downey : 562-861-7666
Long Beach : 562-435-7666
Orange County : 714-969-7779
Diamond Bar : 909-860-7779
Monrovia : 626-303-5557
La Palma : 714-994-4666
Northridge : 818-837-3777
Santa Monica : 310-576-7779
Cell phone : (562) 572-9935
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Member of : PBUS, GSBAA
"You helped me get bailed out of jail on Friday night. I just wanted to say thank you. It was an awful experience for me, and if nothing else, your kind voice on the other end of the phone in that cell was a tremendous comfort."
- Chrystal in Santa Clarita