El Cajon Employment Attorneys

If you live in El Cajon, or somewhere else in San Diego county, and you are dealing with a workplace issue such as discrimination or harassment, consider scheduling a consultation with employment attorney Lawrance Bohm. With an office located in San Diego, Mr. Bohm represents clients throughout in El Cajon and throughout San Diego County.

El Cajon Workers Deserve the Best Representation There Is

El Cajon was incorporated in 1912 and is estimated to have more than 100,000 residents today. That’s a lot of hard working people. Top employers in town include: GKN Aerospace Chem-tronics, Taylor Guitars and the Cajon Valley School District. While most companies do their best to follow laws protecting worker rights, this isn’t always the case. Sometimes companies flaunt the law, and workers suffer as a result. When a worker’s rights are violated, it’s recommended the worker consult a good employment attorney.

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About Lawrance Bohm and the Bohm Group

Lawrance Bohm studied law at Tulane University, and graduated cum laude in 2000. He began his professional legal career as an associate litigating civil rights, personal injury and employment claims. In 2005, he founded the Bohm Law Group. He has since assembled an elite team of highly qualified associate attorneys and established a record of high-sum awards and settlements for the firm’s clients.

Types of Cases Handled by the Bohm Group

The following list contains the basic types of employment cases handled by the Bohm Group. Follow the links for more in-depth information on each topic:

 

What Type of Compensation Can an Employee Recover in a Lawsuit?

Unfortunately, no lawyer can guarantee a specific dollar amount when it comes to awards and settlements in employment cases.  However, it is possible to discuss the different types of compensation attorneys seek on behalf of their clients. Keep reading to learn a little more about each of these categories. For more information on past settlements and awards obtained by the Bohm Group, visit our results page.

Pain and Suffering

When a person is harassed, wrongfully terminated or discriminated against, it can cause not only financial problems, but physical and mental problems as well. Pain and suffering can include:

  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Panic Attacks
  • Depression
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Other Issues

Back Pay

Sometimes, when a company discriminates, harasses or retaliates against an employee, the worker is denied his or her rightful wages. A court may award an employee back pay in certain situations — an amount that can add up significantly depending on how long the violations occurred.

Lost Wages

This type of compensation might be awarded in cases where an employee lost a job and was unable to find another one for a prolonged period of time. If an employee were making an annual salary of $50,000 at the time of wrongful termination, and was unable to find work for three years, that employee could potentially collect lost wages for each year without work. In this hypothetical situation, $150,000.

Punitive Damages

Designed to punish the employer and prevent the discriminating behavior from happening again, punitive damages can result in high-dollar amounts.

Contacting an Employment Attorney

Whether you live in El Cajon, or somewhere else in San Diego County, a good lawyer will be valuable if you have been the victim of workplace harassment or discrimination. A consultation  with good employment attorney could well be worth the time and effort to find out if you have a case.

If you have a question about employment law, contact the Bohm Law Group to find out how we can help.