When dangerous products are sold to consumers, manufacturers, retailers, and others may be liable for the injuries that they cause. Generally, there are three types of defects that exist that can render a product unsafe: design defects, manufacturing defects, and failures to warn. Manufacturing defects affect one item in a production line that fails to adhere to the intended design. Alternatively, design defects refer to a fundamental flaw in the product’s blueprint that causes the product itself to be inherently dangerous. Failure to warn liability arises when a product’s instructions do not include important information or adequate labels in order to notify consumers of potential dangers.