Napa Employment Attorneys

If you live in the city of Napa, and are dealing with an employment issue, consider scheduling a consultation with employment attorney Lawrance Bohm. With offices located nearby in Sacramento and Stockton, Mr. Bohm serves clients in Napa, and throughout the county.

Napa Workers Deserve the Best Representation Possible

The second largest city in California’s world-famous Wine Country, Napa is home to nearly 80,000 residents  — many of them hard-working people. While some of these folks make a daily commute to cities in the nearby Bay Area, others work in Napa. Top employers in town include: Treasury Wine Estates, Napa Valley Marriott Hotel & Spa, Walmart, and Lixit Corporation.

While most employers play by the rules and adhere to California laws protecting workers’ rights, others flaunt these laws at the expense of employee wellbeing.  When this happens, it’s recommended an employee seek help from a qualified attorney, who will help achieve a fair settlement.

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About Lawrance Bohm

Lawrance Bohm attended law school at Tulane University, where he graduated cum laude in 2000. He then took a position as an associate attorney litigating personal injury, employment and civil rights cases. In 2005, he struck out on his own, and founded the Bohm Law Group. Since then he’s racked up high-sum awards for his clients, and assembled a skilled team of employment attorneys.

Cases Handled by Bohm Law

The following is a list of the basic cases handled by the Bohm Group. Click on the links for more information about each topic.

Compensation for Employees Whose Rights Have Been Violated

While it’s impossible to predict what you might collect in an employment suit, it’s possible to discuss the different types of compensation. These include the following possible awards:

  • Back Pay
  • Lost Wages
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Punitive Damages

Visit this page to learn more about the judgments the Bohm Group has secured for its clients. If you have further questions, contact our office.

Should You Contact an Employment Lawyer?

If you’re wondering whether or not you should contact a lawyer, here are a couple of things to remember:

  • It could well be worth your time and effort to schedule an initial  consultation.
  • In many cases, employment lawyers take cases on a contingency basis, which means the client doesn’t pay out-of-pocket expenses.

Rest assured, the company you sue will more than likely have an attorney, or attorneys, looking out for its best interest. Companies are more likely to take a case seriously if the employee is properly represented.

If you believe your rights as a worker have been violated by your employer, contact the Bohm Law Group to see how we can help.