gross negligence

Definition of "gross negligence"
  1. An extreme lack of care that shows a reckless disregard for others' safety or well-being, appearing as an intentional violation of safety rights, often affecting damage amounts
How to use "gross negligence" in a sentence
  1. Because of her gross negligence in not securing the site, several workers were injured.
  2. The doctor's gross negligence led to severe complications in the patient's health.
  3. His gross negligence in driving under the influence resulted in a serious accident.

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