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Bodmin Moor is a granite moorland in Cornwall, England. The town of Bodmin lies to the southwest of the moor. The name ‘Bodmin’ is said to have derived from the Cornish words for ‘monks-dwelling’.
Bodmin Moor is famously known as a centre of phantom wild cat phenomena. The Beast of Bodmin is said to be a panther-like cat living on Bodmin Moor. Numerous reports of sightings have been alleged over the years, and occasionally mutilated slain livestock have been discovered and blame for this placed on the Beast.
Scientists are generally of the opinion that the Beast of Bodmin does not exist. This opinion is based on the limitations of climate and food supply needed to support a breeding population of big cats. Some ‘believers’ hypothesise that the Beast originally stemmed from an escaped big cat from a zoo or private collection.
An official investigation was conducted in 1995 by The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Although no verifiable evidence was found to support the idea that wild exotic felines exist in Britain, the report also stated that “the investigation could not prove that a ‘big cat’ is not present.”
Let our injury lawyer in Bodmin investigate who is at fault for your personal injury
Even a government ministry could not prove or disprove the existence of the Beast of Bodmin. If you need to make a personal injury compensation claim then you will need to effectively prove who is to blame for your damages. Our injury lawyer in Bodmin could handle your case efficiently, leaving no doubt as to who is to blame for your accident.Open Claim Calculator
At Accident Advice Helpline, our injury lawyer in Bodmin is specialist in handling personal injury claims. They will be able to provide you with top quality legal representation, no matter what your UK location. This is because our injury lawyer in Bodmin will process your case over the telephone. You should not even need to make a court appearance, as our injury lawyer in Bodmin can usually do this on your behalf.
The first stage to making a personal injury claim is to call our free helpline on 0800 689 0500 (or 0333 500 0993 from your mobile). Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our highly trained advisory team will be able to discuss your case on an obligation free basis. If you decide you would like to go ahead, you will then be referred to an injury lawyer.