Surety Bonds

Licensed in all 50 states, our breadth of surety bond offerings is unmatched in the industry, including an expansive network that delivers results on standard, exclusive, specialty, and hard-to-place surety bonds. We have the knowledge and network to help you secure the right surety bond. Below are some of our most requested products, but if you are unsure what bond you need, give us a call at 800-686-8080 and speak to one of our bonding experts today. We will always help you get the right surety bond for your business.

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A Surety Bond Company You Can Trust

Our team of surety bonds specialists is led by Mark Levinson, Senior Vice President of Surety. In his 25 years in the industry, Mark has developed a strong network of surety bond carriers and partners that enable our entire staff to secure the best products and prices. Through this surety bond network, we manage and mediate risk-related relationships to give you peace of mind so you can focus on your business.

If you aren’t sure what type of bond you need, you can call Mark Levinson at 800-686-8080 or email him at .

Contract Bonds

Contract bonds are required if you want to perform work on public projects (and some private as well) to ensure jobs will be completed properly. They can be required by the owner themselves or a general contractor that hired you as a sub-contractor.

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Court Bonds

Court bonds are required to ensure you will fulfill your responsibilities as ordered by law or the court.

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Fidelity Bonds

Fidelity bonds guarantee the employer’s money and property in the event that an employee causes damage through a negligent or a dishonest action.

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License & Permit Bonds

License and Permit Bonds are a type of surety bond that is required for many licensing applications. They can indemnify a governmental body for the principal’s failure to comply with an applicable law, or give a third party the right to pursue the principal for loss or damage incurred by that third party due to the default of the principal.

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