Roseville Employment Lawyers

If you’re a resident of Roseville and are experiencing a labor issue, consider scheduling a consultation with employment lawyer Lawrance Bohm. With offices located in nearby Sacramento and Stockton, Mr. Bohm represents clients throughout Placer County as well as the rest of the Bay Area.

The largest city in Placer County, Roseville is believed to have a population of more than 118,000 residents. Top employers in town include Kaiser Permanente, Hewlett-Packard, Union Pacific Railroad and Wal-Mart. Sadly, it goes without saying, that where a high volume of people live and work, there will be some supervisors and companies who flout state employment laws. When this happens, a good attorney, such as Mr. Bohm, can make a big difference in an employee’s life.

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About Lawrance Bohm

Mr. Bohm studied law at Tulane University, where he graduated cum laude in 2000. He spent his early years as an associate attorney at a private firm covering civil rights, personal injury and employment law. In 2005 he founded the Bohm Law Group, which exclusively represents employees. Since then, Bohm has assembled a highly-skilled team of hard working employment attorneys, each with their own unique specialties.

Practice Areas

The following list contains links to informational pages on the various practice areas covered by the Bohm Law Group. If you have specific questions about any of the following employment law issues, contact our office to see how we can help.

What Can You Recover in an Employment Lawsuit?

While there is no way to guarantee that you will win a specific amount in an employment lawsuit, it is possible to discuss the different types of compensation available.

Reinstatement, Back Pay

In some cases after an employee wins a wrongful termination suit, he or should could potentially be reinstated and given back pay.

Lost Wages

In other instances, lost wages might be awarded. To understand what this means, imagine an employee who has making $65,000 annually when wrongfully terminated. If that employee were awarded lost wages, that means an amount equivalent to the annual salary for each year he or she was unable to find work. If the amount of time were three years, this could total $195,000.

Pain and Suffering

It’s easy to forget the fact that discrimination, wrongful termination and harassment can cause physical and mental anguish. A person who suffers as the result of an employer’s bad decisions should be entitled to compensation. An employee could potentially win judgments after dealing with any of the following ailments:

  • Headaches
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Ulcers
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Fatigue

Attorney’s Fees

California law provides powerful incentive for employment attorneys to take these types of cases, allowing lawyers to recover expenses as part of a final judgment.

Punitive Damages

Punitive judgments often come in large amounts and are designed to punish the employer in order to prevent future discrimination or harassment. However, punitive judgments are extremely rare. In order to win punitive damages the plaintiff must show the employer acted with fraud, malice or oppression.

Why You Should Contact an Employment Attorney

Whether you live in Roseville, or some other Northern California city, if you’ve suffered injustice at the hands of an employer, it could well be worth your time to consult an attorney.

Often, employment attorneys take cases on a contingency basis. This means that the client doesn’t pay out-of-pocket expenses.  Rather, the client and attorney will agree to a percentage of the final settlement or judgment.

Workers who consider representing themselves in a claim against an employer should keep in mindthat a company is more likely to take a case seriously if the plaintiff is represented by a good attorney. Companies will pay extra attention if the plaintiff attorney has a track record of winning high-sum judgments (as in the case of the Bohm Law Group).

If you’ve experienced discrimination, harassment, or some other employment-related injustice, contact the Bohm Law Group to see how they can help.