Hard to believe it's been two years since that day.
It's been almost two years to the day since the tragic death of actor Paul Walker, on November 30, 2013 in Valencia, California. Despite the official investigation determining it was driver error that led to the crash which killed him along with friend and business partner, Roger Rodas, in the Porsche Carrera GT, family members for both apparently disagree with that assessment. Today it’s been announced that Paul Walker’s father, Paul Walker Sr., has filed a suit of his own against Porsche.
Like his granddaughter, Meadow Walker, he’s claiming the Carrera GT lacked various safety features that could have saved his son’s life. Porsche Rodas’ widow was the first to file a wrongful death suit against Porsche, who claimed Rodas, who was driving the Carrera GT, was at fault. Porsche has so far, as of this writing, not responded to the elder Walker’s lawsuit, but did so with Meadow Walker's claim, stating that, in a nutshell, Paul Walker and Roger Rodas were solely at fault for the accident.