Paul Walker’s Daughter Meadow Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Porsche

It has been 4 yrs when Paul Walker died in the car crash, yet his 18-year-old little girl Meadow Walker is as yet missing her dad, yet one big part has found some conclusion—her wrongful demise claim against Porsche has at last been settled.

Paul Walker

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Paul William Walker IV born on September 12, 1973, he was an American actor best known for his role as Brian O’Conner in The Fast and Furious movie series.

He died in the car crash

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Paul died at the age of 40 in a fast searing accident over Thanksgiving end of the week in November 2013 after attending his charity event for typhoon victims. Click on the next page to continue.

How did it happen?

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The Porsche was going at the speed of 80 and 93 mph in a 45 mph zone when it lurched off the street striking a concrete light post and two trees and getting to be inundated on fire.

Meadow Walker

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Meadow is Paul’s little girl with his ex Rebecca Soteros and her Godfather is Fast and the Furious celebrity Vin Diesel. She is a web sensation with more than one million followers on Instagram. Click on the next page to know what she did?

Meadow Sued Porche

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Meadow sued Porsche in 2015 guaranteeing that her father was caught by a broken safety belt and burned alive while in the front seat of a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT.

Lawsuits against Porsche

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The claim likewise affirmed that Porsche knew the Carrera GT had a history marked by ‘instability and control issues’. Court records demonstrated that Paul’s dad, Paul William Walker III, additionally settled his own claim against Porsche. Click on the next page to read about Porsche and Meadow’s settlement.

Wrongful Death Case

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Meadow Walker has settled her wrongful demise claim against Porsche over her dad Paul Walker’s passing in November 2013.

The confidential settlement

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The 18-year-old kid of the celebrity achieved a determination with Porsche on October 16 with terms of the settlement confidential, as indicated by sources.


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