Jordan Taylor Pardue and his mother attempted to sue Los Angeles-based ICM Partners over Pardue's injury at a 2014 Cannibal Corpse show.
According to AL, Pardue was thrown down during the show and sustained a spinal injury that would end up costing him and his family over $1.2 million in medical treatments.
Originally a Mobile County judge allowed Pardue and his mother's lawsuit to go forward against the company who put the show on at the Soul Kitchen Music Hall in Mobile, AL. But now, the Alabama Supreme Court has ruled that the lawsuit cannot go any further. The Alabama Supreme Court added that the Mobile County judge was "wrong to let the suit against ICM Partners go forward."
The decision by the supreme court added that while ICM Partners had received a $250 commission for booking the band, they had no other involvement in the show.