Florida Surety Bonds

Surety Bond Requirements in FL

The State of Florida requires many different kinds of surety bonds to allow professionals, contract workers, and organizations to do business there. The necessary liability amount (known as the bond’s penal sum) for your company is set by various regulatory authorities — usually departments within the state government. Different industries have different penal sum requirements.

Some policies are available for a set fee amount paid annually, while other bond premiums may vary based on your credit rating. If you would like to know how much your Florida surety bond will cost, or you are unsure of how much coverage your business needs, the experts at NNA Surety Bonds can help.

We offer the following surety bonds in the state of Florida:

Collection Agency Surety Bond

The $50,000 Florida collection agency bond reassures clients that your organization follows the state’s licensing requirements and takes its customers’ liability seriously. Commercial debt collection agencies can expect to pay an annual premium of $500 for this Florida surety bond.

Contractor’s License Surety Bond

In Florida, a contractor surety bond is often referred to as a “general contractor’s license bond.” This type of construction bond is required if you alter or build any structure. Contractors in good financial standing can get the $25,000 bond coverage required by the state for an annual premium of $125.

Medicaid Provider Surety Bond

If your company provides health care services and accepts Medicaid payment, then you are required to maintain a $50,000 Medicaid provider bond to conduct business in Florida. You can purchase surety bond coverage for your health care business for as little as $1,000 per year.

Process Server Bond

A $5,000 surety bond is necessary to work as a process server in the state of Florida. If you deliver legal documents, file and retrieve court papers, or perform other duties of a process server, then you’ll need to carry the proper bond coverage to protect plaintiffs. This bond can be purchased for a premium rate of $100 per year.

Public Adjuster Surety Bond

As a public adjuster, you must post a $50,000 bond to adhere to FL state guidelines. With this bond, consumers are protected from financial losses that may occur as a result of a public adjuster violating terms of their bond agreement. The bond’s annual premium costs $500.

Title Agency Bond

To work as a Florida title agent, you need to post a $35,000 surety bond. Proper bonding is required to comply with FL state law regulating the closing process of a real estate settlement. A title agent’s bond helps protect the homebuyers and sellers you work with in the event that your actions result in financial loss for your clients. The premium for this surety bond is $350 per year.

Florida Surety Bond Costs
Bond Name Coverage Amount Cost
(Annual Premium)
Regulatory Authority
Collection Agency Bond $50,000 $500 Florida Office of Financial Regulation
Contractor's License Bond $25,000 $125 Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board
Medicaid Provider Bond $50,000 $1,000 Florida Agency for Health Care Administration
Process Servers Bond $5,000 $100 Your local Florida county judicial court
Public Adjuster Bond $50,000 $500 Florida Department of Financial Services
Title Agency Bond $35,000 $350 Florida Department of Financial Services

* Cost can vary depending on the bond amount required and your credit rating

Our knowledge of surety bond requirements enables us to provide accurate quotes quickly. For guidance through the process of selecting surety bonds in Florida, whether you are starting a business or renewing an existing license bond, talk to one of our experts today.

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