Greely Bail Bonds


Greely Bail Bonds is listed in the Bail Bonds category in Pittsburg, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Greely Bail Bonds which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Greely Bail Bonds on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 94.

Contact information for Greely Bail Bonds is:
3804 Railroad Ave
Pittsburg, CA 94565
(925) 427-9111
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The California Court of Appeal has rejected health insurers' lawsuit against Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones challenging regulations he issued to protect consumers from unlawful cancellations of their health insurance. The Association of California Life and Health Insurers (ACLHIC) sued Commissioner Jones to invalidate his regulations that protect consumers from having their insurance unfairly terminated, claiming the commissioner lacked the authority to adopt them and that they were inconsistent with statute. In the third of three major appellate court decisions in favor of the commissioner this year alone, the court of appeal ruled against the insurers. More:
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Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones won another critical legal victory, this one against Mercury Insurance Company and a coalition of insurance industry groups in the California Court of Appeal Friday. Mercury and other insurers filed suit against Commissioner Jones to challenge his authority to protect consumers from having to pay millions for an insurance company's "institutional" or "brand" advertising expenses. The insurers also argued the commissioner's order reducing Mercury's homeowners' insurance rates by 5.4 percent, saving consumers $11,745,102, was unconstitutional. The California Court of Appeal rejected the insurers' challenge and ruled in favor of Commissioner Jones on both issues. More:

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Commissioner Dave Jones declares federal court block of Anthem-Cigna health insurer merger a win for Californians. Read Jones' statement here:
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