Predation Compensation Claims
The producer must contact SCIC as soon as a predator attack is apparent. An inspection is required before compensation is paid.
Claim assessments are based on the evidence of the carcass, the attack/kill site and indicators of the presence of a predator.
If the adjuster determines:
- There is sufficient evidence to prove a predator attack, the producer will receive full compensation.
- The evidence is inconclusive, but the probable cause of loss is a predator, the producer will receive 50 per cent compensation.
- There is no carcass or there is no evidence to prove a predator attack, no payment will be issued