reckless disregard

reckless disregard

n. grossly negligent without concern for danger to others. Actually reckless disregard is redundant since reckless means there is a disregard for safety. (See: reckless)

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As the days passed the thing preyed more and more upon his mind, and he had about determined to return to the coast and place himself on guard over Jane Porter and Clayton, when news reached him that altered all his plans and sent him dashing madly toward the east in reckless disregard of accident and death.
Pris and Phil and Stella had knick-knacks and pictures galore, which latter they proceeded to hang according to taste, in reckless disregard of Miss Patty's new paper.
And casting himself upon his sled, with the most reckless disregard for his ribs, off whizzed Tom after her, and came alongside just as she reined up "General Grant" on the broad path below.
and the cabman dashed his hat upon the ground, with a reckless disregard of his own private property, and knocked Mr.
E also did not act with reckless disregard as to whether T's employment taxes had been paid.
To prove libel, the jockey would be required to show the newspaper had knowledge that its reports were false or that it had acted with reckless disregard of the truth.
Reckless disregard of this duty that results in death or injury constitutes criminal negligence.
Tomorrow, The Journal will deliver a petition bearing almost 18,500 signatures calling for tougher sentences for those drivers whose reckless disregard for others costs lives.
The appellate panel agreed Flowers was a "public figure," who must show "actual malice" - that is, the defendants knew their statements were false or made them with reckless disregard of whether they was false.
Any sustained inquiry into the sanctions issue runs up against waves of propaganda and reckless disregard for the truth, and it would be all too easy to declare the issue settled after a quick dismissal of the most glaring lies.
There is no intentional, wilful, or reckless disregard of the Act.
Section 6694(b) imposes a $1,000 preparer penalty for each return reflecting an understatement of tax liability due to a preparer's willful attempt to understate the tax liability or intentional or reckless disregard of the rules or regulations.