I went skydiving, and it was amazing. However, when I was releasing the skydiving company from all liability if any accident was to occur, it asked me if I had one of several medical conditions. The truth was that I did; however, I wanted to skydive, and did not want this to prevent me from doing so. So I lied and said that I had no such condition. Can anything happen to me for lying? If I died insurance wouldn't of covered anything anyway, because it was skydiving, and the liability was already relinquished by signing the form. Am I good to go?
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