In a liability clause it is often stated that there is no liability. And that in addition there is no liability for some improper uasge. It might be useful to explain the two concepts because there's a contradiction between saying that using the product is at your own risk and the additional disclaimer that there's no liability improper i.e. there should be some explanation as to why they're two different tests for limiting liability. Perhaps an explanation could be that: in the event the Consumer Protection Law does not allow for complete listing of liability then the company will not take on liability for "improper use".