Pride of San Juan, Inc. v. Loren Pratt Farms, 212 P.3d 29 (Ariz. Ct. App. 2009)

(defendant farmer liable to plaintiff for damage to plaintiff's broccoli crop caused by aerially applied pesticides; crop dusting held to be inherently dangerous activity which is an exception to the general rule of nonliability of an employer for an independent contractor's negligence).

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