Recklessness may constitute an offense against property.
It is criminal law: society's response to actions that are criminal or negligent.
Yes. In most states Reckless Driving is a crime instead of a violation.
If it were on purpose, it would be called "Reckless Driving". An accident is just that, an accident. You didn't plan it, it wasn't intended, but it happened.
Answer may depend upon who owned it (you, someone else, partly yours), why you had it (borrowed, entrusted), how destruction occurred (malicious, reckless, negligent, unforeseeable accident), what type of property it was (irreplaceable, valuable to all, sentimental value only, intangible property), and where it occurred (which state/country), among other things.
Failure to comply with boating regulations while under way is reckless operation. Improper anchorage can be construed as reckless operation if it creates a hazard to property or life.
"Young Einstein" (1988) "Reckless Kelly" (1993) "Mr. Accident" (2000)
Probably reckless. "Careless" implies something done by accident, like swerving over the line momentarily. "Reckless" implies something done willingly, without regard to the law or consequences.
· racketeering · receiving stolen property · reckless endangerment · rustling
Not stopping to help at the scene of an accident
Yes. The basic definition of reckless driving is, "operating a vehicle in a dangerous manner". That being the case failure to yield to other vehicles could result in an accident and could be defined as reckless driving.
It is called reckless driving