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Lawsuit claims Porsche liable in crash that killed Paul Walker

A lawsuit recently filed by the father of deceased actor Paul Walker is claiming that the “safety features” of the Porsche vehicle occupied by his son at the time of the accident were not sufficient, according to an NBC News report from November 27.

The lawyers of the actor’s father recently claimed in a wrongful death lawsuit that the Carrera GT driven by Roger Rodas in which Walker was a passenger was not equipped with certain safety features found in other racing vehicles. Porsche is accused of not installing a device in the vehicle that could have lessened the severity of the impact. Both Walker and Rodas died on November 30, 2013 when the vehicle they were caught fire after crashing into a lamppost and a tree in Santa Clarita. The report did not release the amount of damage Walker’s father is seeking from Porsche.

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