Tort reform advocates are often accused of being in the pocket of the insurance industry, but insurers are sometimes among the worst offenders in the civil justice system. Allstate is suing Toyota for $3 billion of subrogation claims relating to the bogus sudden acceleration theory, and has hired Cozen O'Connor to push for ludicrous venue rulings to forum-shop the case in Los Angeles County. [NLJ]
Insurers and Toyota sudden acceleration
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