Yancey v. Watkins, 708 S.E.2d 539 (Ga. Ct. App. 2011)

(plaintiff, owner of pepper farm sued defendant, owner of cotton farm, and also sued pepper farm employee for crop damage caused by drift of chemicals aerially applied to cotton crop that drifted to pepper crop; employee had no control over management of pepper farm operation and was compensated in cash without having any ownership interest in cotton crop, so summary judgment granted to employee; aerial application of chemicals involved sufficient danger to come within scope of state law with result that cotton farm owner potentially liable for independent contractor's negligence; summary judgment not proper for cotton farm owner).