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Jones Act Loan

Jones Act Lawsuit Loans

The Jones Act was created to regulate the shipping industry and also provide legal protection for workers that have employment on a naval vessel.  Plaintiffs suing under the Jones Act are often severely hurt and entitled to large settlements.

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The Jones act allows injured sailors to make claims and collect from their employers for the negligence of the ship owner, the captain or fellow members of the crew. It operates simply by extending similar legislation already in place that allowed for recoveries by rail workers and providing that this legislation also applies to sailors.

“Any sailor who shall suffer personal injury in the course of his employment may, at his election, maintain an action for damages at law, with the right to trial by jury, and in such action all statutes of the United States modifying or extending the common-law right or remedy in cases of personal injury to railway employees shall apply…”
Often workers on vessels are placed in difficult situations that may unexpectedly become dangerous workplaces.  The Jones Act help protect these workers by giving them legal recourse if they are hurt in the line of duty.

This allows U.S. seamen to bring actions against ship owners based on claims of unseaworthiness or negligence. These are rights not afforded by common international maritime law.

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The transactions described on this website are actually assignment of rights to a portion of future proceeds (settlement or award) from a lawsuit.The terms “loan” or “loans” are used on the website to describe the fact that clients receive money and the repayment of this money is calculated with interest.The term “loan” implies that repayment the principal and interest are required under all circumstances.In actuality legal funding transactions are NOT LOANS.Direct Legal Funding cash advances require repayment only if our client receives a favorable  award or settlement.If the client loses his/her case the advance is NOT repaid.