Paul Walker
Paul attends the "Fast & Furious 5" photocall at Hassler Hotel on April 29, 2011 in Rome. Getty Images/Ernesto Ruscio

Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow Walker, settled her wrongful death lawsuit with Porsche.

Meadow was heartbroken following the tragic car accident that led to her dad's death and sued Porsche in 2015. Two years later, the two parties finally reached an agreement and settled the case.

According to the court documents obtained by The Blast, Meadow and Porsche reached a resolution on Oct. 16. The terms are confidential, and both parties requested that the lawsuit be dismissed.

Meadow sued Porsche claiming that the "Fast and Furious" star could have survived the car crash if not for its seat belt. Walker was still alive for a full minute and 20 seconds after the accident, but couldn't escape the wreckage as he had been trapped by the seatbelt until the vehicle erupted into flames. He was burned alive in the Carrera GT.

Meadow's lawsuit against the company claimed that the faulty seatbelt "snapped Walker's torso back with thousands of pounds of force, thereby breaking his ribs and pelvis." She also claimed that the car lacked safety features that are present in well-designed race cars, even in Porsche's inexpensive vehicles.

In addition, the suit alleged that the car had major stabilization issues and that it did not install "electronic stability control system, which is specifically designed to protect against the swerving actions inherent in hyper-sensitive vehicles of this type," ABC News reported.

"Absent these defects in the Porsche Carrera GT, Paul Walker would be alive today," the lawsuit alleged.

Porsche responded to Meadow's wrongful death lawsuit and put the blame on reckless driving. "As we have said before, we are saddened whenever anyone is hurt in a Porsche vehicle, but we believe the authorities' reports in this case clearly established that this tragic crash resulted from reckless driving and excessive speed," Calvin Kim of Porsche Cars North America told CNN.

Meadow has already received a $10.1 million settlement in 2016 from the estate of Roger Rhodas, the man behind the wheel during the accident.

Meanwhile, years after Walker's death, one of his "Fast and Furious" co-stars continues to remember him. Earlier this year, the popular movie franchise received another recognition at the MTV Movie & TV Awards. During the event, Vin Diesel honored Walker in his acceptance speech when he received the award.

"In 2002, I was standing on this stage and MTV had given Paul Walker and I an award for best duo," Diesel said. "And now, 15 years later, I'm with my whole family and you've given us the Generation Award. Pablo, we hope you're proud."