This helps cover "the economic loss" resulting from her father's death.
Paul Walker's daughter Meadow has won a $10.1 million settlement after the actor's death. This isn't from Porsche, but the estate of Rodas, who was driving during the crash that killed Paul.
"There is no clear evidence that Roger Rodas was directing the car through any particular unsafe maneuvers when the car went out of control. Nevertheless, he is responsible, in part, for the accident," Los Angeles court documents state, according to New York Post.
Meadow was 15 when her father and Roger died. The Rodas estate agreed to pay the settlement last November. But because the court documents named "Meadow W.," this decision went undetected until now.
Both estates have also sued Porsche, arguing that the carmaker skimped on safety features. Earlier this week, Porsche won against the Rodas estate's lawsuit due to lack of evidence. That decision has no bearing on Meadow's, though. Paul was still alive when the car caught fire. Her attorney argues that he could have escaped, had there not been defects on the car.