Sanders v. Cseh

In Sanders v. Cseh, et al., 2006 WL 274337 (Del. Super.), Jurden J. held: "Excusable neglect is neglect which might have been the act of a reasonably prudent person under the circumstances. Carelessness and negligence are not necessarily excusable neglect . . . mere showing of negligence or carelessness without a valid reason may be deemed insufficient. Moreover, 'negligence' may be so gross to amount to sheer indifference; to open and vacate judgment upon such excuse would cease to give meaning to the words excusable neglect."