Barham, in Suffolk, is an absolute hot spot for historians and sightseers alike who are interested in the Victorian age, which has so much bearing on the lives we lead today. Barham is home to a notorious workhouse, which was the place of many huge riots in the 1800s by able bodied men protesting about squalid conditions and lack of food. This is also the very workhouse that author Charles Dickens took a tour of and read the accounts book of inmates before writing his world famous novel Oliver Twist, based entirely on a ten-year-old boy Dickens read of inside the workhouse.
Many people with a love for the book will frequent Barham to see the historical buildings and streets which have gone unchanged in over a century. There are of course more modern parts to Barham, but the parts which bring in the tourism are extremely dated.
Our injury lawyer in Barham helps people who have been hurt or injured during an accident that was not their fault. With such a historical place as Barham, where the streets become heavily populated by travellers, accidents are likely to happen for the simple reason that these streets were not built with modern day traffic in mind. Their design is dated, their width small and their signs not as plentiful as they should be.
If you have suffered an accident as a driver, passenger or pedestrian and it was not your fault, then you should contact the national Accident Advice Helpline today for some expert, no-obligation, totally free advice on your right to make a claim.
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