In my own pocket-pistol experience, which is extensive, a better pocket pistol would have no safety at all.
Instead, I vote for a DAO (double-action-only) trigger action, which does not require a safety lever.
(Some DAO pocket pistols do have safety levers, but I suggest that you can ignore them and carry safety-off all of the time.)
You might look at Kel-Tec and Ruger: Kel-Tec pistols are cheap, and may not be extremely long lasting (although my wife's P3AT seems to be just about indestructible), but Rugers have a magazine safety interlock, which can prevent you from firing a save-your-life last shot.
Your question requires me to inquire about your pistol-shooting experience.
Very small pistols are experts' tools, and are quite difficult to shoot effectively and well. To become adequate with one requires extensive, continuing dry- and live-fire practice. Before considering using a pocket gun, one should first be pretty good with full-size pistols, and should have complete control over felt recoil and trigger action.
Pocket pistols absolutely require a best-quality pocket holster, and should be carried in a pocket in which there is absolutely nothing else. No reloads, no keys, no coins—nothing.
The trick of pocket-pistol presentation is to practice acquiring a full firing grip before beginning to bring it out. This is why only a best-quality, very-well-designed pocket holster is an absolute necessity.
Let us know what you choose, and how you are doing with it.