Folsom Employment Lawyer

If you’ve live in Folsom and have the blues because you’re dealing with an employment issue such as discrimination, harassment or retaliation, consider scheduling a consultation with attorney Lawrance Bohm.

With more than 16 years of legal experience, Mr. Bohm has offices in Stockton and Sacramento. He serves clients in Folsom, throughout Sacramento County and elsewhere in the Bay Area.

As of the 2010 census Folsom had a reported population of 72,203.  Top employers in town include Intel, the state prisons, Verizon, Mercy Hospital and Wal-Mart.

It goes without saying that Folsom is home to hard working people. But while most companies do a decent job of following the law, there are plenty that don’t. When that happens, it’s usually the employees that are on the losing end.

Luckily, there are attorneys like Mr. Bohm who represents employees wronged by unethical businesses. With an established track record of high-sum judgments, Mr. Bohm handles a wide range of employment-related cases.

 

About Lawrance Bohm and the Bohm Law Group

Mr. Bohm studied law at the University of Tulane. After graduating cum laude in 2000, he took a job as an associate attorney handling personal injury, civil rights and employment claims.

In 2005 he founded the Bohm Law Group, which exclusively represents employees. Since then, Mr. Bohm has assembled a hard working and highly-skilled team of employment lawyers, each with their own specialties.

Types of Cases Handled By the Bohm Group

The following list includes some of the general case types handled by the Bohm Law Group. Click on each link for more in-depth information regarding each topic. If you have specific questions, contact the Bohm Group to speak with a lawyer directly.

What Compensation Can You Recover in an Employment Lawsuit?

No lawyer can say definitely what a client will collect in an employment lawsuit. However, there are specific types of compensation that plaintiffs in employment cases may be entitled to.

For instance, a wrongfully terminated employee might be entitled to back pay. Or perhaps the court will award the worker an amount for lost wages. In this case, if the employee was unable to find work for two years following termination, he or she might be awarded the annual salary amount for each year without work. For instance, if the annual salary was $50,000, he or she might be awarded $100,000 in lost wages.

In cases where the plaintiff suffers from physical or emotional ailments as a result of harassment or termination, he or she may be entitled to pain and suffering damages. These might be awarded if the worker suffers from any of the following:

  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

Lastly, in cases where the plaintiff can demonstrate that the employer acted with malice, fraud or oppression, punitive damages might be possible. While punitive damages often result in high-sum awards, they are rare. If you believe you are entitled to punitive damages, consider scheduling a consultation with the Bohm Group.

Do You Need a Lawyer?

If you’re living in Folsom, or some other Sacramento County city, and are dealing with an employment issue, you should definitely consider discussing your case with a lawyer. When it comes to filing an employment claim against a company, it’s important to consider a few things:

  • Companies appreciate the importance of good legal representation, and will likely have an attorney (or attorneys) of their own.
  • Employers are more likely to take a case seriously if the plaintiff is properly represented.
  • When the plaintiff attorney has a record of high-sum judgments (as in the case of Bohm Law) it’s a bigger advantage.
  • Employment lawyers often take cases on a contingency basis, which means the client doesn’t pay out-of-pocket expenses.

In short, a worker who files claim against an employer has little to lose by talking to a lawyer first. It could be well worth the worker’s time and effort to schedule an initial consultation.

If you are considering a claim against an employer for harassment, discrimination, or some other work place issue, contact the Bohm Group to see how we can help.

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