Most seaman injuries fall under the Jones Act, which is a federal maritime law that provides for benefits to those who are injured on sea-going vessels on navigable waters, and offshore oil rigs that can be towed and are not permanently affixed to the ocean floor. In cases that arise under the Jones Act, courts either apply the common-law concept of proximate cause or utilize standard tests of causation. Settlements under the Jones Act can be significant, but often are quite complex and take time to resolve. Because seaman and cruise ship injuries are often severe and weekly income becomes inadequate, many victims rush to settlement instead of holding off for more fair and just compensation. Do not let this happen to you. At Fast Funds, we understand that both plaintiffs who are involved in lengthy Jones Act cases need money to support themselves while waiting for a settlement. Claimants must continue to support their families even though no money is coming in. We offer claimants a way to get the money they need, and we place no limitations on the time by which the case must be resolved. No matter how long the case takes, you pay no interest on the money advanced.