Since 1984, Court Surety has helped attorneys protect their clients’ assets during appeal.
Court Surety Bond Agency brings a combined 200 years of surety experience handling appeal bonds in all 50 states. We’ll guide you through the complexities of the bonding process, and find solutions that fit your client’s particular situation.
Expert Guidance &
First Class Service
Like most attorneys, it may have been years since you’ve needed the help of a surety agency. Now navigating a complex and high stakes appeal, you need a knowledgeable and responsive partner who is ready to help you and your client through this challenging situation.
Court Surety Bond Agency Offers:
Comprehensive market knowledge.
Court Surety is the nation’s leading provider of appeal bonds. All of our surety agents come from strong finance backgrounds, and have the knowledge and insight to expertly navigate the complexities of appeal bonds.
Decades of specialized expertise.
Bonding for civil litigation is all we do. Day in and day out, and in every state and federal court in the US, we help attorneys understand and evaluate the options for collateralizing bonds, timeframes required, and the costs.
Access a wider pool of appeal bond providers.
Our network of surety providers is trusted, proven and diverse. We thoroughly examine the intricacies of your case, then tap into a wide pool of trusted appeal bond providers that will meet your unique needs.
Attorneys Around the Country Trust Court Surety
Access More Options & Creative Solutions
Appeal bonds are all we do. We have access to a pool of surety insurers and programs that most general insurance agents don’t. Our longstanding relationship with key providers gives us the ability to use a wide variety of forms of collateral when required. This includes using real estate, stock or bond portfolios, letters of credit, or cash.
We even work with several sureties that can write bonds for international companies in over 25 countries. Whether your clients are domestic or abroad, we can meet all U.S. state and federal court requirements.