I would like to take the opportunity to thank every agent and employee who contributed to our Hurricane Katrina Fundraiser. When I asked our agents and staff to participate in this fundraiser, I knew we would be making history.
For those of you who might be unfamiliar with “Mr. Phil,” he was an icon in the world of bail bonding and he presided over International Fidelity & Allegheny Casualty for over 35 years.
At the recent CBAA conference held October 6-8 in Lake Tahoe, California, AIA held a fundraising raffle with 100% of the money raised going directly to the CBAA. The grand prize in the raffle was a beautiful 50” Panasonic High Definition Plasma TV.
There have been occasions when Guaranteed Bail Bonds in Monroe, LA., has written so much bail that the company drained its supply of powers of attorney.
This website has undergone an extensive redesign to provide exclusive content available only to AIA agents. Registered agents now have access to our updated forms database.
World War II was over and George Stahlman Sr. needed a job. Glasser Bros. hired him to sweep their Los Angeles bail bonds office, but he was unsatisfied with $25 weekly paycheck and wanted a piece of the action.
“Our business is a mobile business. We’re working 24 hours a day,” Kersnick said. “It’s important to have systems available to provide information and help us work… whenever we need it.”
Allegheny Casualty, International Fidelity and Associated Bond (known as AIA) recognized Lemmon and 26 other agents with loyalty awards at the Southern Midwest Region Agents.
With an estimated 14,000 bail agents working in the United States, competition for business is strong, and survival relies on bondsmen always looking for new ways to provide the best service in town.
An “Issue Alert” (an urgent document) that we arranged to have sent by The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), the nation’s largest bi-partisan state legislator membership organization.