Last week Allstate lodged a $3 million lawsuit against Toyota Motor Corp., seeking to recover expenses associated with the claims it paid for accidents involving vehicles the automaker recalled for potential unintended acceleration issues.

The suit, which was filed in Los Angeles Superior Court, is certainly not the first to be filed against the Japanese auto company. However, it does appear to be the first made by an insurance carrier for subrogation purposes.

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