Negligence is a description of failure to perform an obligation. It usually means omission to perform a task or to do something which could reasonably be expected to be done to do the work properly and with due care. In some contexts, negligence is a legal concept, referring to failure to do something required by law in terms of professional or social practice. In common usage, the word is always seriously intended and strongly negative, and refers to a major issue.
Examples of Negligence:
Business practice negligence- Usually failure to check or provide necessary information.
Conversational: 'Your negligence cost the lives of 200 people.'
Other examples of Negligence