Sabre Springs Employment Lawyers

If you work or live in the community of Sabre Springs, and are dealing with an issue such as discrimination or wrongful termination, contact employment lawyer Lawrance Bohm. With an office located in San Diego, Mr. Bohm serves clients in Sabre Springs and throughout the county.

Sabre Springs Deserves the Best

While Sabre Springs is a small, and very new community in San Diego, it goes without saying that many hard-working people live there. Top employers who have set up shop in the community include: General Atomics, Bridgepoint Education and pharmaceutical company Hospira.

While most of us have been raised to respect the contributions companies make to the job market, there are times when businesses flaunt the laws designed to protect employees. This can lead to significant problems in the life of a worker and their family. When an employee’s rights are violated, a good employment lawyer should be consulted.

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About Lawrance Bohm and Bohm Law

Lawrance Bohm studied law at Tulane University. He graduated cum laude in 2000, and was accepted into the California Bar that same year. Mr. Bohm began his legal career as an associate attorney litigating personal injury, civil rights and employment claims. In 2005, he set out on his own and founded the Bohm Law Group and has since assembled an elite team of employment lawyers.

Case Types Handled by Bohm Law

Click on the following links to learn more about each of the general case types handled by the Bohm Law Group:

What Compensation Can an Employee Recover?

While no attorney can predict the outcome of a legal action, it is possible to discuss the different types of compensation available to an employee who wins a lawsuit. These include

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

For more information on specific awards and settlements obtained by Bohm attorneys, be sure to visit the results page.

Should You Contact an Employment Lawyer?

If you have experienced a workplace violation and have considered contacting an attorney, but perhaps hesitated, there are a few things you should consider:

It could well be worth the time and effort to schedule an initial consultation.  Many cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means the client doesn’t pay out-of-pocket legal fees.

If you’ve considered simply filing a claim with the labor department without help from an attorney, it’s important to keep in mind that the company involved is likely to have legal representation of its own, as well as plenty of experience dealing with employee claims. A company is also much more likely to take a case seriously if the plaintiff is represented by a quality attorney. This is particularly true if the plaintiff is represented by an attorney with a track record of high-sum judgements and awards (such as the attorneys at Bohm Law).

Workplace violations of law are serious matters. They require serious attention from serious attorneys. If you have questions about any of the case types mentioned on this page, call the Bohm Law Group to find answers.