It appears that Porsche and our late beloved action hero Paul Walker will never stop taking headlines, especially not this period. The scandals with the luxurious car company have just reached the top after some internal mails which happen to be related with their mostly spoken model Carrera GT, were publicly revealed. After all the stories about the accident, the car insurance companies, the car accident lawyers and the wrongful death lawsuit by Meadow Walker, the things just got worse, especially for Porsche’s status in the automotive industry.
According to 2006 documents revealed by TMZ and Daily Mail, a Porsche employee happily shared news with one of his colleagues, that the frequency of Carrera GTs crashes have risen up, meaning that the price of the car will go high as well. Previously, Walker’s car accident lawyers claimed that hidden emails and records reveal that Porsche’s managers knew about the fact that more than 200 Carrera GTs produced between 2004 and 2006 have been totaled just within the first two years of sales. These internal mails are one more proof that may serve the automobile accident attorney in this complicated case.
Car accident lawyers say that any ethical company would have withdrawn the controversial car model of the market or at least warn the public about the ongoing situation with it. Right after the mails were discovered, the automobile accident attorney filed the following documents in court in Los Angeles.
One Of The American Car Insurance Companies Also Mocked With This Tragedy!
Instead of promoting the best car insurance quotes it can offer through an ethical and interesting campaign, the 4AutoInsuranceQuote company went the other way. Several weeks after the tragedy, this company mentioned Paul Walker’s death as a lesson to be learned to its potential customers. “Paul Walker died in a car accident, but did he have insurance? Get the best car insurance quotes now!” -- is just one of the creepy Tweets they posted. Of course that this promotion encountered disappointment and rage by the Twitter community. “Sack your social media manager”; “Is this what car insurance companies are all about? Making money no matter what?” and “Very bad marketing. Thank you for telling us to not get car insurance quotes from you” -- were just some of the replies.
Now only time will show what Porsche’s reply will be to the exposed internal mails that the automobile accident attorney filed this month. Stay tuned for more info.