Death of Paul Walker father sued Porsche

Paul Walker’s father, Porsche has sued for negligence resulting in death. According to the writ, the Hollywood star alive could be if the Carrera GT would have had a better safety equipment.

 The accident car by Hollywood star Paul drove quickly up to 149 km/h Walker in the deadly accident late November 2013.

The accident car by Hollywood star Paul drove quickly up to 149 km/h Walker in the deadly accident late November 2013.

Porsche employs a new lawsuit in the case of Walker. After the daughter of Hollywood stars, now also his father sued the Stuttgart-based carmaker. Walker is senior administrator of the estate of his son, and also convinced that a better safety equipment of the Carrera GT Paul could have saved Walker’s life. The widow of Walker’s friend and accident driver George Rodas has also brought a new lawsuit against Porsche.

Porsche has assigned all allegations

In October 2015, Porsche had assigned any blame for the death of U.S. actor Paul Walker of. “We trust the reports of the competent investigator, which clearly state that the tragic accident on reckless driving and speeding is due”, so at that time, a spokesman of Porsche nonetheless it was dismayed at Porsche when someone in a car of the brand will hurt.

Daughter accuses two years after fatal accident

Two years after the fatal accident of the US actor Paul Walker sued his daughter the sports car manufacturer. The “fast & furious” star had come in November 2013 in California as a passenger in a Carrera GT to life. His daughter meadow Walker blames the Volkswagen subsidiary for his death. In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles, it says Porsche knew that – there were the affected model of developmental defects among the safety belts. This would have meant that Walker in the accident remained locked up, when the car went up in flames. Had there not been such defects, would Walker still alive, the lawyers wrote.

In the accident, Walker’s friend Roger Rodas had lost control of the Porsche at the wheel. They both died. After several investigations, the authorities had declared 2014 the car was much too fast on the road with about 100 instead of the prescribed 45 miles (converted 161 instead of 72 km/h). There were no design flaws in the car. In the autumn of 2014 Rodas had already ‘ widow filed suit against Porsche, also because of construction errors. Then, lawyers of the sports car maker said Rodas was responsible for the accident. The Porsche was changed after the purchase.

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