The Isaacs & Isaacs Student Scholarship Awards:
We Will Award Three One-Time scholarships:
Kentucky Award: $1,000
Indiana Award: $1,000
Ohio Award: $1,000
Deadline for Entry: August 1, 2019 – 11:59pm EST
Scholarship Award Will be Announced by: August 31, 2019
Why We Created Our Scholarship Program
Attorney Darryl Isaacs — better known as “The Hammer” — and the personal injury law firm of Isaacs and Isaacs have established this scholarship to assist with the financial burden of acquiring an advanced education.
As one of the nation’s most recognizable truck accident lawyers, The Hammer and his team are are proud to assist dedicated students from our home states. In the states of Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, high school seniors planning to attend college and currently enrolled undergraduate college students qualify for the scholarship program.
Eligibility for the Isaacs & Isaacs Scholarship
Isaacs & Isaacs will select three winners to receive the scholarship awards based on essay responses. Winners must be residents of Kentucky, Indiana, or Ohio.
Be a currently enrolled high school senior with plans to attend college or university in Kentucky, Indiana or Ohio — OR — Be a or are a currently enrolled undergraduate college or university student in KY, IN or OH
Each winner will have their essay and photo published on isaacsandisaacs.com.
Isaacs & Isaacs employees and family members are not eligible for the scholarship
College or university enrollment will be verified by Isaacs & Isaacs, who will submit a one-time payment to the school on behalf of winners. Winners will be notified by email once the deadline has passed.
Requirements for Submission – Essay, Photo, Short Bio
Submit a SHORT BIO (under 300 words). Be sure to describe yourself and why you are attending college or university
Submit a PHOTO of yourself – please make sure it is a clear image
Submit Your Essay – Your essay response must be between 500 minimum and 1,500 words maximum. All Essay responses must answer the following question:
Generation Z continues to prove itself as an extremely tech-savvy part of the US population. New technologies, especially in the realm of transportation, are emerging faster than ever. According to Business Insider, “Tech leaders and financiers alike are confident that self-driving trucks will become the norm as early as the next decade…” Companies like Tesla, Daimler, and Google’s Waymo are forging ahead toward that reality. When a self-driving semi-truck, bus or large commercial vehicle causes a collision with injuries, how should our legal system handle responsibility and blame, and who should be at fault or “liable” for these types of crashes?
To submit your application for the Isaacs & Isaacs scholarship, please email your materials to email@example.com. You can attach a document or include the short bio and essay in the body of the email. Please also be sure to attach a clear photograph of yourself.