When her husband dies in the operating theater following a car crash, Sarah Meadows believes there is a case of negligence. With Jeremy Aldermarten representing the hospital, Kavanagh agrees to take on her case, despite his misgivings as to the likelihood of winning. The surgeon left the theater before closure, but at a point when the patient was doing well. In Chambers, Kavanagh is asked to speak to one of his colleagues over her behavior. At home Kavanagh and his wife are disappointed when son Matt fails his A-level exams. Written by
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Doesn't any of this ever touch you, Mr. Kavanagh, or have years of dealing with people at their ugliest make you immune?
James Kavanagh QC
You wouldn't want me breaking down in court, would you?