As the folks behind an automotive website that speaks to the enthusiast community, I cannot express enough how much it sucks to see people die behind the wheel. Especially when it is something that could have been prevented, whether it was bad judgment on the driver's part or poor engineering by an automaker. 

Unfortunately, the star of the Hollywood blockbuster franchise the Fast and the Furious, Paul Walker, found himself in the crosshairs when he perished in a high-speed crash in a Porsche Carrera GT.

But, who's to blame? The driver who was clearly speeding? Porsche for building a very intense supercar that requires the right tires and lacks certain computerized safety features?

Although there's been an ongoing case against Porsche brought by Meadow Walker — Paul's daughter — it seems that the two parties have decided it was best to settle the case. Details were not disclosed. 

While we hope this brings some closure to the situation, we're pretty sure no check will be big enough to fill that void.

That said, we wonder: Is this RIGHT though? Should Porsche have seen this lawsuit through or is it just better to squash bad PR?

Meadow Walker has settled her wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche over her father Paul Walker's death in November 2013.

The 18-year-old only child of the actor reached a resolution with Porsche on October 16 with terms of the settlement confidential, according to a report Tuesday by The Blast.

Both parties as part of the terms requested the dismissal of the wrongful death case...

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It's OVER! Paul Walker's Daughter Gets SOME Form Of Justice From Porsche — Is It RIGHT Though?

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