At Metayer Bonding Associates, we know court bonds inside and out. We have the experience, and we're prepared to move quickly to handle your court bond needs.
Call us today for a free quote, and we will process your request immediately. In some cases we can even have the bond delivered to your office the next day!
Find out why lawyers trust us to handle their court bond needs.
Michael F. Metayer, President & CEO
Listed below are examples of the bond companies we work with.
“Mike was a great help to Smith in navigating the bonding requirements for the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML).
He was very knowledgeable and extremely fast in his responses - making for an efficient compliance process.”
“Our company designs and builds food processing facilities. Mike and the entire staff at Metayer Bonding Associates understands our specialized business. Mike, Anne, and Lisa show the same enthusiasm whether we are working on a $9,800,000 bond for our Rodeo Drive project in Beverly Hills, CA or our most recent $92,000 contract for the Sabritas Plant in Celaya, Mexico. They know all the right questions to ask to satisfy the bond company and with Mike's recommendation bonds are issued seamlessly. After almost 15 years, we have a great deal of trust in Metayer Bonding Associates and with them as a partner we know we are in the best hands.”
“Metayer Bonding Associates has done an excellent job handling our bonding needs for the past twenty years. We were a small but growing contractor in NYC when Mike and his company first became involved. They have provided us with numerous bonds since… across the country, and just recently supported a $940mm High-Profile, Complete Building Conversion down in the heart of Wall Street. There are many difficult aspects about doing construction in NYC. Metayer Bonding Associates well understands this and is very adept at making certain that all of our bonding needs are handled in a prompt, professional fashion. We would highly recommend Metayer Bonding Associates to any contractor looking to improve upon their present bonding arrangement.”