A fatal accident involving two children descending a steep hill on a RadRunner is the subject of a wrongful death lawsuit in California brought against RadPower Bikes by the parents of the child passenger who died. BRAIN reports that the lawsuit argues the rider "was likely unable to stop the bike and lost control of the bike, because her hard pull on the front brake caused the wheel's quick release mechanism to unthread, loosening the wheel." The New York Times reports "the lawsuit claims that the Rad Runner’s disc brakes in conjunction with a quick-release mechanism for detaching the front wheel is a known safety hazard in the bike industry." A comment on the r/ebikes sub-Reddit linked to an image demonstrating how the braking forces involved might lead to pushing a QR skewer out of downward facing dropouts. What might be possible solutions that can be retrofitted if the court makes a determination of whether this was in fact a contributing factor?