When a child is injured by a paper shredder, a is usually filed by the child’s parents or guardian to recover compensation for the pain and suffering, disfigurement, and permanent impairment suffered by the child.  There are numerous theories that can be pursued in such lawsuits.  Most frequently, claims are brought against the manufacturer or retailer of the paper shredder, on the theory that the shredder could have been designed in such a way that the injury could have been prevented, or on the theory that the warnings accompanying the shredder could have been more effective in alerting the consumer to the extreme hazard to children.  Other claims that may exist include a claim against the owner of the home or office where the occurred.  Finally, in some instances, claims may be brought against the adults who were supposed to be supervising the child at the time the accident occurred.

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