Mt. Juliet, TN (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
Since announcing its entrance into the bail industry in December 2011, Lexon has continued to push towards establishing itself as a commercial bail surety that exceeds standard expectations and responds to the needs of their agents. Vice President of Bail Andrew Renshaw has proven immeasurably valuable, guiding Lexon’s philosophies to truly look to service surety bail agents’ needs, concerns, and ideas. As a result, Lexon has recruited many reputable and successful bail agencies across the country within a short time. Lexon’s acquisition of Peninsular Surety Company in October 2012 provided entry into the Florida bail market. As President of Peninsular, Mr. Renshaw has taken a personal interest to ensure that the necessary steps have been taken to improve the bail agent experience by providing excellent products and conscientious services to their Florida bail agents.
Lexon’s first year in the industry can be characterized as nothing but successful as it has built a foundation that prides itself on customer service while simultaneously growing nationwide. President David Campbell notes, “As we begin 2013, I am reminded of the excitement I felt 32 years ago while working at Allied Fidelity Insurance Company. Lexon’s actions demonstrate that we are very much committed to the surety bail industry well into the future. We are looking forward to a great 2013 and sharing our success with our agents.”
About Lexon Surety Group
Lexon Surety Group, LLC is a privately held insurance company specializing in the business of surety bonds. As a full service surety bond company, Lexon writes Contract Surety Bonds, Platt/Off-Site/Subdivision Surety Bonds, Commercial – License, Permit and Miscellaneous Surety Bonds, Court – Civil and Probate Surety Bonds, Fidelity Surety Bonds and Environmental Surety bonds for individuals and companies of all sizes. Lexon Surety Group, LLC is comprised of Lexon Insurance Company and Bond Safeguard Insurance Company, both headquartered in Mt. Juliet, TN. Cumulatively they are the 12th largest writer of surety bonds according to The Surety and Fidelity Association of America’s 2011 report.