Paul Walker and an R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R on the scene of Fast and Furious 4
A judge ruled Friday that Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow, will receive $10.1 million from the estate of Roger Rodas, as part of a settlement agreement.
In November of 2013 Paul Walker died in a fiery crash in a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT piloted by Rodas, a close friend and business partner.
Jeff Milam, the lawyer for 17-year-old Meadow Walker, told People in a statement, "The amount paid by the estate of Roger Rodas into a trust for Meadow Walker only covers a fraction of what her father would have earned as an international movie star had his life not tragically been cut short..."
Earlier this week a judge said Porsche was not at fault for the crash that killed Walker and Rodas in a suit filed against the automaker by Rodas' wife, Kristine.
Both Meadow Walker and Walker's father, Paul William Walker III, are currently suing Porsche for similar claims made by Kristine Rodas. The filed suits claim the Carrera GT lacked the necessary safety features that could have prevented the accident, or at minimum, allowed Walker and Rodas to survive.
Walker's daughter and father alleges that Walker was still alive after the crash, trapped inside the Carrera GT, and then burned alive.
The crash occurred when Rodas lost control of the Carrera GT, which then slammed into a light pole before hitting a tree and bursting into flames. Experts say the supercar was traveling at speeds above 90 mph while in a 45 mph zone.
We'll bring you more updates once rulings have been made in the pending suits.