Since 9/11 almost 1,000 veterans have died due to negligence in the veterans health-care system.
Yet no court can hold the soldiers accountable for negligence, or even get them to acknowledge their role in causing the outbreak.
Stone, the relative, and the children's caregiver were sued for negligence and wrongful death.
The U.N. Stabilization Mission in Haiti, or MINUSTAH, has steadfastly refused to accept the evidence of its negligence.
If convicted of negligence in this case, Lagarde could face a year in jail and a fine up to €15,000 ($20,000).
The world has since made up for its negligence, by perpetual comment and solid appreciation.
The foundation of liability in trespass as well as case was said to be negligence.
Read only of the punishment of the tombeau for simple sins of negligence or thoughtless mirth.
A question of negligence might, no doubt, have gone to the jury.
The appearance of Mr Briggs was by no means rendered more attractive by illness and negligence of dress.
mid-14c., from Old French negligence "negligence, sloth; injury, injustice" (12c.), and directly from Latin neclegentia, neglegentia "carelessness, heedlessness, neglect," from neglegentem (nominative neglegens) "heedless, careless, unconcerned," present participle of neglegere "to neglect" (see neglect (v.)).