Lowry v. Cochran, 305 Ga.App. 240, 699 S.E.2d 325 (2010):
Although the Georgia Court of Appeals declined to find that skydiving was an inherently dangerous activity in this matter of first impression in Georgia, because the skydiver was unable to present evidence that the injuries he sustained resulted from colliding with a spectator rather than his inevitable impact with the ground during a crash landing after his parachute malfunctioned, the spectator was entitled to judgment as a matter of law on the skydiver’s personal injury suit against her.
Assigned attorneys: Paul L. Groth, Esq. & Laura Danielle Johnson, Esq.