California residents might be interested in understanding more about why Paul Walker's daughter has filed a lawsuit against Porsche over the late actor's sudden death in a car accident in 2013. Walker died after the 2004 Carrera GT he was a passenger in crashed into a concrete lamppost. Investigators believe the vehicle was traveling up to 94 mph in an area with a 45 mph speed limit.
According to the lawsuit, the family 's investigators claim the vehicle was moving at 63 to 71 mph when the crash occurred. Authorities indicated that the accident resulted from poor driving at an excessive speed, while the lawsuit contends that the vehicle's manufacturer failed to include standard safety components. Specifically, it claims that the Carrera GT was lacking a stabilization sensor system. The lawsuit also claims that the Porsche's seat belt system trapped the actor inside the vehicle, breaking his pelvis and ribs, as he and the driver burned in the resulting fire.