Pleasanton Employment Lawyers

If you are one of the hardworking residents of Pleasanton, or a live in nearby city in the Bay Area, and are dealing with an employment issue, consider scheduling a consultation with labor attorney Lawrance Bohm. With offices located in nearby Sacramento and Stockton, Mr. Bohm represents clients in Pleasanton, and throughout Northern California.

Pleasanton Workers Deserve the Best Representation Possible

With a population of more than 70,000 residents, Pleasanton is located mere miles from San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkley. While many residents make the daily commute to these nearby cities to earn a living, Pleasanton is also home to employers such as Kaiser Permanente, Oracle Corporation, Clorox, and Valley Care Medical Center. Pleasanton is also where the headquarters for grocery chain Safeway, and software company Ellie May are located.

While most employers strive to follow California’s labor laws, this isn’t always the case. When an employee’s rights are violated, a good lawyer can be instrumental in helping that worker achieve just compensation.

Continue reading to learn a little more about Lawrance Bohm and the types of cases he handles.

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About the Bohm Law Group

Lawrance Bohm attended law school in Louisiana at Tulane University and graduated cum laude in 2000. Before setting out on his own, Mr. Bohm worked as an associate attorney, handling civil rights, personal injury and employment claims. In 2005, he founded the Bohm Law Group, and has since amassed a solid track record of high-sum victories and assembled a team of highly-qualified associates.

Case Types Handled by Bohm Law

The following list are the basic cases handled by Bohm and his associates. Click on the links to learn more about each topic.

 What Can a Worker Win in an Employment Lawsuit?

While no lawyer can predict what a client will recover in a lawsuit, it is possible to discuss the different types of compensation a worker may be entitled to. Continue reading to learn a little more about the different types of compensation available.

Back Pay

In some cases, an employee is denied his or her rightful wages. This could be the result of discrimination, harassment or personal leave issues. A judge might order the company to issue back pay for the hours not properly compensated. In some cases, the employee might be reinstated to his or her job.

Lost Wages

Imagine an employee who makes an annual salary of $50,000 at the time he or she is wrongfully terminated. If that worker were to successfully sue the employer and win after three years of being unable to find work, that employee could potentially collect $150,000 in lost wages — or $50,000 for each year without work.

Pain and Suffering

Losing a job is stressful. Dealing with harassment, discrimination or some other employment violation only adds to that stress. A person who suffers any of the following issues as the result of workplace violations of law could potentially be financially compensated:

  • Headaches
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Other ailments

Contacting a Labor Lawyer

Whether you live in the city of Pleasanton or merely visit from nearby for the annual county fair, if you’re experiencing an employment issue, you need a good attorney to help you exercise your legal rights. It could well be worth your time and effort to schedule an initial consultation. In many instances, cases are taken on a contingency basis. This means the client doesn’t pay any out-of-pocket expenses. Instead, the client and attorney agree on a fee taken from a percentage of the final settlement or judgment.

When looking at an employment case from the company’s perspective, it’s worth mentioning that most employers will have attorneys representing their interests. They are also more likely to take a case seriously if the plaintiff is properly represented.

If you have questions about a specific employment issue, contact the office of Lawrance Bohm to see how he can help.