Santee Employment Attorneys

If you live or work in the city of Santee, and are dealing with discrimination or harassment on the job, consider scheduling a consultation with employment attorney Lawrance Bohm. With an office located in San Diego, Mr. Bohm represents clients in Santee, throughout San Diego County, and the rest of Southern California.

About Santee

It is estimated that the city of Santee has a population of more than 57,000 residents. Though a relatively small town, it goes without saying that a lot of hardworking people live there.

While most companies follow the laws that protect workers’ rights, sometimes companies fall short of their obligations. In worst-case scenarios, companies can egregiously violate the rights of employees, which effects not only the worker, but the worker’s family as well. When this happens, a good employment attorney can be vital in helping the worker receive just compensation.

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About Lawrance Bohm

Lawrance Bohm attended Tulane University Law School, graduating cum laude in 2000. He was admitted to the California Bar that same year. He began his legal career as an associate attorney handling civil rights, personal injury and employment claims. In 2005, he set out on his own and founded the Bohm Law Group. Since then, he’s established a track record of high-sum judgments and assembled an elite team of associate attorneys.

Cases Handled by the Bohm Law Group

The following is a list of the basic cases handled by the Bohm Group. Click the links for more in-depth information on each topic.

Compensation for Workplace Violations

While it’s impossible to predict the outcome of any legal action, it is possible to discuss the general types of compensation available to workers whose rights are violated. Continue reading to learn a little about these categories. For more information on the settlements and awards the Bohm Group has secured on behalf of its clients, visit the results page.

Back Pay

Sometimes, because of discrimination or some other issue, an employee is denied rightful wages. A court might order an employer to issue a worker back pay, an amount that can add up significantly depending on how long the discrimination has taken place.

Lost Wages

If an employee is wrongfully terminated and unable to find work as a result, he or she might be able to recover lost wages. If, for instance, a wrongfully terminated employee was making an annual salary of $50,000, and unable to find work for three years, he or she might be able to recover three years’ worth of the salary amount — in this case $150,000.

Pain and Suffering

A worker who experiences any of the following as a result of harassment or discrimination could be entitled to pain and suffering damages:

  • Migraines
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Other Ailments

Punitive Damages

Though these types of awards are rare, they often result in high-sum amounts and make headlines. In order to obtain punitive damages, the plaintiff must show the employer acted with malice, fraud or oppression.

Contacting an Employment Attorney

If you live in Santee, and have a question about discrimination, harassment, or some other workplace issue, contact the Bohm Law Group. It could be well worth your time and effort to find out if you have a case. In addition, many cases are taken on a contingency basis.

Contact the Bohm Group, to see how we can help you.