Vista Employment Lawyers

If you live or work in the city of Vista, and are dealing with a work issue such as sexual harassment or discrimination, consider scheduling an appointment with employment lawyer Lawrance Bohm. With an office located in San Diego, Mr. Bohm represents clients in Vista and throughout the greater San Diego area.

About Vista

Located in northwestern San Diego County, Vista is estimated to have more than 101,000 residents. It goes without saying, a lot of hardworking people live in Vista. The city’s top employers include Vista Unified School District, Zodiac Pool Systems, Walmart, and Costco.

Most businesses do their best to respect the rights of workers and follow state law. However, there are times when companies fall short of their obligations to their workers. When this happens, and a worker’s rights are violated, a good employment lawyer should be consulted.


About Lawrance Bohm and the Bohm Law Group

Lawrance Bohm attended Tulane University Law School, and graduated cum laude in 2000.  That same year, he was admitted to the California Bar. He began his legal career as an associate attorney litigating personal injury, civil rights and employment claims. In 2005, he founded the Bohm Law Group. He has since obtained multiple high-sum awards for his clients, and assembled an elite-team of associate lawyers.

Cases Handled by the Bohm Law Group

The following list contains the general cases handled by the Bohm Law Group. Click each link for more information on the topics listed:

Compensation for Employees Whose Rights are Violated

While it’s impossible to predict an award or settlement for any pending lawsuit, it is possible to discuss the different types of compensation lawyers seek on behalf of clients. These include:

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

For specific information on past awards and settlements obtained by the Bohm Law Group, visit the results page.

Contact an Attorney

If you live or work in Vista, and have considered contacting an employment lawyer, it could be well worth the time and effort of an initial consultation to find out if you have a case. In many instances, cases are taken on a contingency basis. This means the employee doesn’t have to pay out-of-pocket legal fees. While some employees might decide to file a claim with the labor department without assistance from an attorney, it’s important to note that most companies will have an attorney (or attorneys) of their own to deal with employee claims. An employer is also more likely to take a case seriously if the employee is properly represented. This is particularly true when the employee’s attorney has a solid track record of high-sum awards (as Bohm Lawyers do).

If you have questions about employment law, or any of the topics discussed on this page, contact the Bohm Law Group to see how they can help.

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