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Car Brand, Porsche Settles Paul Walker’s Daughter Over His Death

The death of “ Fast & Furious” main man Paul William Walker has brought so many grief and controversies in the minds and  hearts of the actor’s fans who still find it difficult watching the racing movie and  not seeing their favorite star in it. After the death of Paul, his daughter, Meadow Walker, now 18,filed a lawsuit in 2015  against the company Porsche for causing the death of  her dad.
Paul who died in 2013 in California was in the passenger seat of a 2005 Porsche Carrera Gt when it slammed into trees and a lamp post killing the actor and the driver Roger Rodas who happened to be his friend and financial adviser.
Investigations had it that Rodas was driving at an unsafe speed, causing it to go out of control
Paul’s daughter, with the aid of competent lawyers were able to file a lawsuit against Porsche with claims that the company knew the Carrera GT had a history of instability but failed to add a control system to correct the problem.
The suit also alleged that the car’s seat belt was installed in such a way that when the vehicle fractured on impact, the shoulder belt was yanked with the rear engine compartment while the seat belt anchor stayed put, trapping Walker in the burning car.
The matter was finally settled in an agreement between the two parties.The terms of the agreement have been kept secret to honor the memory of the late star.

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