Turlock Employment Lawyers

If you live or work in Turlock, or a nearby city, and have been the victim of workplace discrimination or harassment, consider scheduling an appointment with employment lawyer Lawrance Bohm. With offices located in nearby Stockton and Sacramento, Mr. Bohm represents clients in Turlock and throughout Stanislaus County.

Turlock Residents Deserve the Best Representation Possible

The second largest city in Stanislaus County, Turlock is home to a Cal State University and the Stanislaus County Fair. With a population of more than 70,000, it goes without saying that Turlock is also home to many hard working people. While most of us have been raised to value hard work and the companies that create jobs, there are instances where companies fall short of their obligations and flaunt the laws designed to protect workers. When a company violates a worker’s rights, it’s recommended the worker speak with a qualified employment attorney.

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About Lawrance Bohm and the Bohm Law Group

Lawrance Bohm studied law at the University of Tulane, where he graduated cum laude in 2000. After graduation, he took a job as an associate attorney litigating civil rights, personal injury and employment claims. In 2005, he established the Bohm Law Group, and has since assembled a highly-qualified team of employment attorneys.

Cases Handled by Bohm Law

The following list contains the basic types of cases the Bohm Group handles. Click on the links for more information about each topic:

What Can an Employee Recover in an Employment Lawsuit?

While it’s impossible to predict an exact dollar amount when discussing the potential outcome of an employment lawsuit, it is possible to discuss the different types of compensation that a worker might be entitled to. Continue reading to learn a little more about the general categories. To read about specific settlements and awards obtained by the Bohm group, visit our results page.

Back Pay

In some cases, company discrimination or harassment can lead to an employee being denied his or her rightful wages. A court might order a company to issue back pay for time worked.

Lost Wages

An easy way to understand how lost wages would be figured is as follows:

Imagine an employee making an annual salary of $55,000 at the time he or she is wrongfully terminated. Imagine then the employee is unable to find work for three years following termination. He or she might be compensated with lost wages equaling the annual salary amount for each year without work. In this hypothetical case, that amount would equal $165,000.

Pain and Suffering

Harassment, discrimination and wrongful termination don’t only cause financial problems. They can cause physical symptoms as well. Financial compensation might be the remedy. Pain and suffering can include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Panic Attacks
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Insomnia
  • Other Ailments

Punitive Damages

Though exceedingly rare, punitive damages often take the form of high-sum judgements. They are designed to punish the employer and prevent the workplace violation from ever occurring again.

Contacting a Lawyer

Whether you live in Turlock, or elsewhere in the Northern California, if you’ve been treated unfairly at work, it is recommended you contact an employment lawyer. It could well be worth the time and effort of scheduling an initial consultation to find out if you have a case or not. Many times,  cases are taken on a contingency basis.  Contact the Bohm Law Group to find out how we can help.