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)

References in classic literature ?
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.
threatening to commit or committing any offense, with reckless disregard of the likelihood that its commission will cause serious public inconvenience or alarm.
Chinwe Eboh, decried the arrest of the Innoson boss, saying it amounts to impunity and reckless disregard for the rule of law by the EFCC.
TRUMP'S blundering is being seen as reckless disregard for Muslims worldwide.
In the new final regulation, the IRS says it will take ACA premium tax credit help away from an individual who "with intentional or reckless disregard for the facts, provides incorrect information to an exchange for the year of coverage.
HCPC panel chair Manuela Grayson said: "Mr Kniveton's misconduct demonstrated a reckless disregard for court proceedings and had the potential to cause harm to Service User A.
Given such reckless disregard for health isn't it amazing that she lived to be 102?
Circuit's ALPO decision is more ambiguous, especially regarding the nature of the "connection" it refers to--can that be made by a reckless disregard of the competitor's interests?
begin strikethrough]However, if the greater weight of the evidence supports that (claimant's or decedent's) [care] [treatment] was being rendered under emergency circumstances, then you shall proceed to decide whether (defendant) acted in reckless disregard of the consequences in [his] [her] [its] [care] [treatment] of (claimant or decedent).