1(careless)negligentethe judge found that he had been negligent — el juez declaró que había sido negligente
- she was negligent about informing the authorities — faltó a su deber de informar a las autoridades
- Her case was that the solicitors had been negligent in that she should have been advised not to execute the mortgage.
- Expert evidence that such an error was negligent would, traditionally, be inadmissible.
- The judge held that the defendants were negligent and in breach of statutory duty and the claim was not statute barred.
- I find the defendants negligent in the manner in which the drip leg was installed.
- In addressing causation following a negligent omission, two questions arise.
- They would still be liable at common law for negligent installation or maintenance.
- It is difficult for the claimant to say that the defendant was negligent in not seeing him, if he had not seen the defendant.
- This is not a case where the first appellant was negligent in the conduct of the operation.
- A number of judges have had to consider how a negligent defendant can be found to have acted reasonably.
- The plaintiffs sued the defendant alleging that he had been negligent in a number of ways.
- The negligent defendant, or more usually his insurer, takes his victim as he finds him.
- Whether a forecast was negligent or not depends upon whether reasonable care was taken in preparing it.
- Amy may argue by analogy with this reasoning that the plaintiff council will have to prove she was negligent.
- The first question is whether at the time of the negligent act or omission a judicial process existed.
- You can point to some negligent act or omission as a result of which somebody gets a dose of a radiation poison.
- It may be that knowledge of such facts will also serve to bring home to him the fact that the defendant has been negligent or at fault.
- After all, this is a case about negligent failure to exercise a statutory power, is it not?
- The employee alleged that the respondent was negligent in failing to warn of the hump.
- The latter may arise from a tortious act other than the negligent use of a motor vehicle.
- Liability for negligent advice is imposed irrespective of whether it is given gratuitously.