Gross negligence

Gross negligence,

Definition of Gross negligence:

  1. The degree of negligence is so great that it indicates negligence in knowingly violating your legal obligations, safety of life, physical integrity, property or rights of others. However, serious negligence has no special legal significance, except in cases of accidental homicide (such as death from reckless driving).

  2. Extreme negligence or carelessness, which manifests itself in even worse behavior than might be expected from the error for which the average healthy person must be held responsible for fulfilling the responsibility of care. , If used later, even in the case of total negligence murder.

How to use Gross negligence in a sentence?

  1. If you find that someone in your company is very negligent, you should fire them before it's too late.
  2. All of this man's negligence was enough to take him to court and pay the price for his cruelty.
  3. Terry was very negligent when he got drunk and dropped his car on a motorcycle and drove away, and he should be punished according to the law.

Meaning of Gross negligence & Gross negligence Definition