Entries by Solnick

Hyundai Cars Recalled Over Faulty Brakes

There have been so many vehicle-related recalls lately that the general public has good reason to be nervous about their safety on our roads and highways. For example, most recently, Hyundai recalled over 300,000 of the 2011-2012 Sonata models because, in essence, the cars could not stay parked. Consumers found that the automatic transmission sometimes […]

Protecting Yourself During the Takata Airbag Recall

Although Takata knew as early as 2012 that ammonium nitrate could be dangerous, they waited over two years to tell regulators, resulting in the recent Takata airbag recall. Consumers must still be concerned with how much risk is too much risk, particularly when it comes to an individual’s safety in a vehicle. The airbags have […]

Paid Sick Leave On The Horizon For Contractors & Their Employees?

Contractors have always faced difficulties when it comes to receiving the same benefits that full-time employees receive. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, 44 million people (39 percent of the private sector) do not have paid sick leave. This not only applies to receiving vacation and sick days, but also includes coverage under workers’ […]

Pennsylvania Firefighter Killed In another Amtrak Accident

It was another disaster this week for Amtrak when a Pennsylvania man who worked as a firefighter for Six Flags Great Adventure was unfortunately hit and killed by an Amtrak train traveling from New York to Philadelphia. This accident adds to the costly personal injury claims from crash victims that the company is facing mainly […]