Vallejo Employment Lawyers

If you live in the city of Vallejo, and are dealing with a difficult labor situation, consider scheduling a consultation with employment lawyer Lawrance Bohm. With offices located nearby in Stockon and Sacramento, Mr. Bohm takes on clients from Vallejo, other Bay Area cities, and throughout the Golden State.

Incorporated in 1868, Vallejo has a population of 115,942 as of the 2010 US Census. Top employers include: Kaiser Permanente, Touro University and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom.

Sadly, it stands to reason that where that many people live and work, there will be some employers who flaunt the law. Whether your specific issue is workplace harassment, discrimination, or wrongful termination, if you are planning on filing a claim against the company you work for, it is recommended you have a good employment lawyer such as Mr. Bohm looking out for your interests.

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About the Bohm Law Group

Mr. Bohm studied law at the University of Tulane in Louisiana. He graduated cum laude in 2000. After several years working as an associate attorney, he founded the Bohm Law Group in 2005, which represents employees exclusively. He has since assembled a high performing team of hard-working attorneys to fight for the rights of employees from Vallejo and elsewhere in the Bay Area.

Cases the Bohm Law Group Handles

 The following is a general list of the types of cases the Bohm Law Group handles. Click on each individual link to learn more about each practice area. If you have further questions, contact the Bohm Law Group for more information.

What Type of Compensation Is Possible in an Employment Lawsuit?

It’s impossible to give a specific figure when discussing the judgments and settlements for victims of discrimination, harassment or retaliation. However, it is possible to discuss the specific types of compensation one stands to gain in these types of lawsuits.

In some cases, a terminated employee might be reinstated at his or her job and awarded back pay.

Lost wages might be awarded to those who are unable to find work after they’ve experienced wrongful termination or discrimination. A hypothetical example of this might be an employee making $55,000 annually at the time of termination. If awarded lost wages, that person might stand to collect $55,000 for each year he or she was unable to find work.

Pain and suffering damages might be awarded to those who experience physical and mental symptoms stemming from the harassment, discrimination or termination. Such symptoms could include:

  • Migraines
  • Muscle Aches
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Other Symptoms

The state has also made it more attractive for lawyers to take on these types of cases by allowing victims of workplace discrimination to seek legal fees.

In rare cases, punitive damages are awarded. However, these are difficult to obtain because the plaintiff must demonstrate that the company acted with fraud, malice or oppression.

Should You Contact a Lawyer?

If you believe you’ve been a victim of discrimination, harassment or retaliation, it could be well worth your time and effort to find out if you have a case.

In California, employment attorneys often work on a contingency basis, which means the client doesn’t pay until a settlement or judgment is reached. It could be well worth a worker’s time and effort to find out if they have a case.

While a worker who decides to sue an employer isn’t required to hire an attorney, it’s important to remember that companies are more likely to take a case seriously if the plaintiff is properly represented. Companies are also more likely to take notice if the plaintiff is represented by an attorney with a track record of high sum judgments (as in the case of the Bohm Group).

If you’re dealing with a difficult employment legal issue, don’t go it alone. Contact the Bohm Law Group to see how the attorneys there can help you.