Vacaville Employment Lawyers

If you’ve been dealing with an issue at work such as harassment, discrimination or wrongful termination, and you live in the city of Vacaville, consider scheduling a consultation with employment lawyer Lawrance Bohm.

With offices located in Stockton and Sacramento, Mr. Bohm serves clients in Vacaville and neighboring Bay Area cities.

Featuring a population of 92,428, Vacaville is the third largest city in Solano County. The city’s top employers include The California Department of Corrections, Roche, Kaiser Permanente and Vaca Valley Hospital.

It goes without saying that Vacaville is home to hard working people. And while most companies do their best to follow the laws protecting workers, this isn’t always the case. When a worker’s rights are violated by an employer, it’s time to consult a qualified employment attorney such as one would find at the Bohm Law Group.

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About Lawrance Bohm and the Bohm Law Group

Mr. Bohm attended law school at Tulane University, graduating cum laude in 2000. Afterward, he took a job as an associate attorney representing civil rights, employment and personal injury claims.  In 2005, he established the Bohm Law Group, which represents employees exclusively. He has since assembled a highly-skilled team of hard working employment attorneys, each with their own talents and areas of specialization.

Since the firm’s founding, Bohm Law has successfully represented clients in multiple high profile and high-award cases.

Types of Cases The Bohm Group Handles

The following list includes some of the general practice areas handled by Bohm Law. Click on the links for more in-depth information about each topic.

What Can a Worker Recover in an Employment Lawsuit?

While it’s impossible to put a dollar amount on a pending legal claim, it’s possible to discuss the different types of compensation a worker can seek.

For instance, a worker could be entitled to recovery of back pay as well as reinstatement of employment.

In some cases, lost wages might be awarded. If this happens, the worker could be granted the annual salary amount for each year he or she is unable to find work. Take for example a worker making $45,000 a year who is wrongfully terminated. If that worker were unable to find employment for two years as a result of the termination, he or she might be awarded $90,000.

Employees who suffer physical or mental ailments as the result of harassment, discrimination or wrongful termination could be awarded compensation for pain and suffering. This could include the following:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Stomach Issues
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia

In rare cases, punitive damages could be awarded. These are often high-sum amounts designed to punish the employer and prevent the discrimination or harassment from happening again. Punitive damages are difficult to obtain because the plaintiff must show that the employer acted with malice, fraud, or oppression.

If you believe you might be entitled to punitive damages, or other compensation, contact the Bohm Law Group to see how we can help.

Should You Contact a Lawyer?

If you’re considering filing a claim against an employer, and are considering doing so without legal representation, first consider the following:

  • Most employers will have a lawyer of their own (possibly multiple lawyers).
  • Employers tend to take a case more seriously when a plaintiff is properly represented.
  • Employment attorneys often work on contingency, which means the client doesn’t pay out-of -pocket expenses.

The point of sharing this information is to show that it could well be a worker’s time and effort to discuss his or her case with an employment attorney.

Ultimately, there is little to lose by scheduling a consultation, but plenty to lose by going it alone. If you’ve been experienced harassment, discrimination, or some other workplace violation, contact the Bohm Law Group to explore your options.