Target is recalling nearly 150,000 Giada De Laurentiis lasagna pans because the ceramic pans are prone to break, leaving sharp edges and posing a laceration risk; according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), there have been almost 40 reports of the pans breaking during normal use, and cuts requiring medical attention were reported in some of those incidents. If you or a family member was injured by a consumer product you believe was defective, the Mobile, Alabama, product liability attorneys at Long & Long may be able to help you pursue the financial peace of mind you need to cope with medical expenses, lost income, pain and suffering, and other damages. We understand that faulty products can cause severe injuries and leave innocent consumers and their family members facing physical, emotional and financial obstacles. The Target recall affects 148,700 Giada De Laurentiis 9-by-13-inch lasagna pans sold at stores and online at Target.com between January 2009 and October 2012. The cream-colored ceramic pans were available both individually and as part of six-piece cooking sets. According to the CPSC lasagna pan recall page, the pans can crack and break during normal use, creating dangerous sharp edges that can cause lacerations. Consumers with these pans should stop using them immediately and refer to the CPSC recall site for information on returning the Giada De Laurentiis lasagna pans. If you or a loved one was harmed by a defective consumer product, please contact Long & Long for your free case consultation. Our accomplished product liability and injury attorneys welcome clients from the greater Mobile, Alabama, area.