I am still developing an app and it is getting pretty close to being finished. I am just a single developer, so I do not have anyone who can tell me what to put in it.
My app is medical-related (it logs and calculates things related to insulin. So it is pretty significant). However, it is not approved by any official "doctor", but I am sure all calculations are correct.
Now, although it may never happen, what if someone blames my app for user error? (Or perhaps it is my fault), and they give themselves to much insulin, or not enough. Then they go the hospital and sue me for the medical bills. Well, I make hardly anything right now (I am still a student), so clearly I can't get involved in this.
The resolution for this is to create a license that in addition to protecting my property, also allows me to avoid legal issues. I know I should have something about "Check with your doctor before using. We are not responsible for damages to the user or this device."
What should I include in my app? Also, I do not want to phrase it so that the user gets all freaked out and doesn't use it. Thanks.