Miner v. McNamara

In Miner v. McNamara, 82 Conn. 578, 580, 74 A. 933 (1909), the plaintiffs claimed that the trial court had applied the predecessor to 52-584 wrongly when it should have applied the predecessor to 52-577, where the defendants' negligence was unaccompanied by force, and where the resulting injury to the plaintiffs' property was consequential and not immediate. The Supreme Court disagreed and affirmed the judgment, concluding that the plaintiffs' claim for damages for injuries to personal property caused by negligence was governed by the predecessor to 52-584.