Some products can still be dangerous despite not having design flaws or
issues in their manufacturing. However, if there are sufficient instructions
on how to use them, those products should be able to be used safely by
consumers. The problem is that some manufacturers fail to provide safety
warnings and instructions appropriately.

What Kinds of Things Could Go Wrong If Instructions or Warnings Are Missing?

Take for example a new medication. If the medication doesn’t indicate
that it can lead to birth injuries as a result of the interactions between
the growing baby and drugs, then mothers who took it would not be suspecting
that anything was wrong. Later, if a child was born with a disability
or birth defect, the manufacturer may be held liable.

What Does a Manufacturer Have to Do Before Selling a Product?

It’s a manufacturer’s duty to create warning labels about the
product a person’s buying. The manufacturer also has to instruct
the user on how to use the product to avoid danger. For example, if you
have a lamp, it may be dangerous to use it continuously for several hours
due to the heat it produces. The manufacturer should include this information
with the packaging. If not, then it’s possible someone could use
it for too long, leading to a fire or burns.

Where Should I Find Warning Labels and Instructions?

Warnings and instructions should be clear and placed in a conspicuous area
of the packaging or in its own pamphlet that can easily be found. If these
items are missing, anyone who is hurt by the product would have a reason
to file a lawsuit against the company due to its negligence alone.