James McNair's Kids Open Up About Walmart Settlement in Crash That Injured Tracy Morgan
By Raphael Chestang
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Comedian James McNair was killed in the car crash that left Tracy Morgan hospitalized over the summer. James left behind two children, 19-year-old daughter Denita and 26-year-old son Jamel, who opened up to ET's Brooke Anderson about the settlement they reached with Walmart on Wednesday.
"The amount of money was more money than could have reasonably been anticipated to have been recovered under the law," attorney Daryl Zaslow told ET.
"We're as satisfied as you can be," Jamel added.
"I think [my dad] would be satisfied knowing that we’ll be financially stable," Denita agreed.
While driving on the New Jersey Turnpike on June 7, a Walmart tractor-trailer struck a vehicle carrying both James and Tracy. While the financial settlement may take care of the monetary void created in their father's absence, nothing could fill emotional role that he played in their lives.