22 episodes

The Case Files reveals compelling real-life stories behind some of the most astonishing cases in recent legal history - from murder, to devastating medical negligence. With unparalleled access to those closest to the events, the series explores how, when faced with a battle for justice, people were able to use the legal system to right wrongs and get redress.

Award winning journalist Kate Gerbeau meets both victims and their lawyers to uncover how the law can help and who to speak to if it can’t.

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The Case Files reveals compelling real-life stories behind some of the most astonishing cases in recent legal history - from murder, to devastating medical negligence. With unparalleled access to those closest to the events, the series explores how, when faced with a battle for justice, people were able to use the legal system to right wrongs and get redress.

Award winning journalist Kate Gerbeau meets both victims and their lawyers to uncover how the law can help and who to speak to if it can’t.

    Series 2 highlights

    Series 2 highlights

    Kate Gerbeau looks back on a dramatic year on The Case Files, and gives a teaser of what’s to come in 2021

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    • 14 min
    Mum Knows Best

    Mum Knows Best

    They say a mother’s instinct is one of the most powerful ways to protect a child, so what happens when medical professionals tell you that your instincts are wrong?

    In this episode Kate Gerbeau meets a mother whose son died of meningitis after medical staff ignored her desperate pleas for help.

    She is also joined by Steve Dayman, founder of Meningitis Now and Victoria Beel, clinical negligence lawyer at Slater and Gordon.

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    • 44 min
    Too Young To Get Cancer

    Too Young To Get Cancer

    Emma Swain was too young to be offered a screening test when she died of cervical cancer. 

    For months she had reported tell-tale symptoms of the survivable cancer to her GP but she was told she was worrying unnecessarily. 

    In this episode her father, Darren, walks presenter Kate Gerbeau through the heart-breaking failures that took his daughter’s life. 

    We also hear from cancer nurse Lara Perkins at CLIC Sargent, Tracie Miles from Eve Appeal and Maria Repanos, clinical negligence lawyer at Slater and Gordon.

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    • 49 min
    Getting Away with Murder

    Getting Away with Murder

    Every year thousands of Brits jet off to party destinations abroad filled with hopes of partying till dawn and earning enough money to escape the mundane. Different country, different people, different laws. 

    So what happens when the ultimate crime is committed? Helen and Martyn, the parents of 22 year old George Low, found out that justice in Britain is different to justice elsewhere when he was stabbed to death in the streets of Ayia Napa. 

    In this episode Kate Gerbeau delves into their search for answers and accountability and also hears from their MP Gareth Johnson who has taken this all the way to Downing Street. We are also joined by Matthew Searle at The Lucy Blackman Trust and specialist travel lawyer Nicola Rostron at Slater and Gordon.

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    • 41 min
    Deadly Dust

    Deadly Dust

    Mesothelioma is known as the ‘silent killer’. It’s a cancer that lays dormant in its victims’ bodies for decades, before extinguishing their life during their golden years. But this is a cancer that could have been almost completely avoided.

    In this episode of The Case Files Kate Gerbeau speaks to two families who are living with the devastating effects of unwittingly working with asbestos fibres.

    She also speaks with Lorraine Creech, Head of Nursing at Mesothelioma UK , and specialist industrial disease lawyer Madelene Holdsworth at Slater and Gordon , to explore how these tiny particles were allowed to rip such huge holes in so many lives, for so long.

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    • 26 min
    Vegan Victory

    Vegan Victory

    Growing up in a state of oppression, Catalonian Jordi Casamitjana says his childhood experiences made him identify closely with the animal world.  His overarching concern for animal welfare now shapes all the decisions he makes in his life.

    So when he discovered that his employer was investing his money into practices that were cruel to animals, he knew he had to stand up and fight. But with no law in place to protect him, Jordi embarked on the mammoth task of establishing a new legally held belief that would impact Vegans across the globe.  

    Kate Gerbeau speaks to Dr Jeanette Rowley of The Vegan Society, Peter Daly, employment lawyer at Slater and Gordon and Domenic Kennedy, reporter at The Times about Jordi’s landmark legal case.

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    • 32 min

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