Countless products can be dangerous or even deadly if used improperly. Manufacturers have a duty to provide adequate warnings against such risks.
Most products undergo rigorous testing before hitting the market. During that process, anticipated dangers come to light — dangers which should spur strategic, effective warnings to help consumers avoid tragic accidents. The right warnings can mean the difference between life and death.
When dangerous products are released to consumers, they may often contain defective manufacturing or warning decals. Manufacturers who look for ways to cut corners or save money often end up creating products that are faulty and dangerous.
When manufacturers are designing and building products, they are supposed to learn how products perform under a wide variety of conditions. Although design defects should be identified and fixed during product testing, that does not always happen. Some manufacturers allow products to become available to consumers, even when there are known design defects.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.