Someone was doing something she should not have been doing and conversely, was not doing what she was supposed to be doing. So, was she negligent? I am not sure so to my Black's Law Dictionary I go. Let's see, there it is, page 1061, "negligence." Yup, that may just cover it, let me read on a little further. I turn the page and. . . lo and behold, there are no less than 25 types of negligence. Active negligence, gross negligence or imputed negligence? Casual negligence or wanton negligence? Maybe simple, slight or subsequent? I think we will just stick with the tried and true, plain, old, non-qualified or further defined "negligence."
Am I sure? Hmmm, maybe I should go back to "loafing." You have got to love the law. You just have to!