Santa Rosa Employment Lawyers

If you live or work in Santa Rosa, or a city nearby, and are dealing with workplace discrimination, or harassment, consider scheduling a consultation with employment lawyer Lawrance Bohm. With offices located nearby in Stockton and Sacramento, Mr. Bohm represents clients in Santa Rosa, and throughout Sonoma County.

Santa Rosa Residents Deserve the Best Representation Possible

With more than 170,000 residents, Santa Rosa is believed to be the largest city in San Francisco’s North Bay. It goes without saying, there are a lot of hard working people who live and toil there. While most of us have been raised to believe in the value of hard work, and to be grateful for the efforts of job creators. While most employers do their best to follow California laws protecting workers, some flaunt the law. When this happens, and a worker’s rights are violated, it is recommended they seek advice from a qualified employment lawyer.

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About Lawrance Bohm and the Bohm Law Group

Lawrance Bohm attended law school at the University of Tulane. He graduated cum laude in 2000. After law school, he took a job as an associate attorney handling civil rights, personal injury and employment litigation. In 2005, he set out on his own, and founded the Bohm Law Group. Since then, he’s secured multiple high-sum awards for his clients, and assembled a team of great attorneys, each with their own specialties.

Case Types Handled

The following is a list of the basic case types handled by the Bohm Group. Click on the links for more information on each topic. If you have further questions, contact our office:

What Compensation Can a Worker Recover?

While no lawyer can predict a specific dollar amount in an employment lawsuit, it is possible to discuss the general types of compensation available. The main categories are:

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

Be sure to visit our results page to learn more.

Should You Contact an Employment Lawyer?

In some cases, an employee who’s been treated unfairly by an employer will hesitate to contact an attorney for an initial consultation. They don’t realize contacting an attorney might well be worth the effort. If you live in Santa Rosa and have had an issue with an employer, consider the following:

Many employment attorneys take cases on a contingency basis. This means the client doesn’t pay out-of-pocket legal expenses, but instead pays a percentage of the award or settlement amount.

Looking at the question from the company side, it’s important to note that employers value the services of a good attorney, and most will likely have attorneys of their own. Companies also tend to take an employment case more seriously if the plaintiff is properly represented.

If you’ve experienced discrimination, harassment or some other workplace violation, contact the Bohm Law Group to find out how we can help.