San Marcos Employment Attorneys

If you live or work in the city of San Marcos, and are dealing with on-the-job harassment or discrimination, consider scheduling an appointment with employment attorney Lawrance Bohm. With an office in nearby San Diego, Mr. Bohm represents clients in San Marcos as well as the greater San Diego area.

About San Marcos

An unincorporated county island, San Marcos is estimated to have more than 83,000 residents. Home to many hardworking people, top employers in town include Hunter Industries, UPS as well as Fluid Components International.

While most companies do their best to follow state and federal laws protecting worker rights, there are times when companies fall short of the mark. When this happens, and an employee’s rights are violated, it is recommended they contact a good employment attorney.

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About Lawrance Bohm and the Bohm Law Group

Lawrance Bohm studied law at Tulane University, and graduated cum laude in 2000. That same year, he was admitted to the California Bar. His early legal career was spent as an associate attorney litigating civil rights, personal injury and employment claims. In 2005, he set out on his own and founded the Bohm Law Group. He has since obtained multiple high-sum judgments and settlements on behalf of his clients. He’s also assembled an elite team of employment attorneys.

Cases Handled By the Bohm Law Group

The following list contains the general case types handled by Bohm lawyers. Click on the links for more information about each practice area:

Compensation for Workers Whose Rights Are Violated

While no lawyer can predict the outcome of a legal action, it is possible to discuss the basic types of awards an employee can recover. These include:

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

For specific information on past settlements and judgments, visit the results page.

Contacting an Employment Attorney

If you live in San Marcos, and feel your rights as an employee have been violated, a good lawyer can be vital in helping you obtain just compensation. While some workers may hesitate to contact an attorney due to concerns about cost, it could be well worth the time and effort of an initial consultation to find out if you have a case or not. Often, cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means the employee doesn’t pay out-of-pocket legal fees.

Some workers also decide the easiest course of action against an offending employer is to file a claim with the state without the assistance of an attorney. While this may seem convenient, most companies are likely to have attorneys to help them deal with employee claims. A company is also more likely to take a case seriously if the employee is represented by a good attorney. This is particularly true if the attorney has a record of high-sum settlements and judgments (as Bohm attorneys do).

You don’t have to go it alone. If you have questions about any of the topics discussed on this page, contact the Bohm Law Group for answers.