True Impact Of Injury Scholarship

Scholarship Value: $1,000
Awards Available: 1

Each day, Hess Law Office, PLLC, works with injury victims to help them receive compensation for their injuries from at-fault parties. From years of experience, we’ve seen that most people do not realize the components of a personal injury, from medical bills to the mental and emotional strain. Each personal injury accident has a different profound impact on victims. Some of these impacts stay with individuals and their families for years. 

To help shed light on this issue, Hess Law Office PLLC is proud to announce the True Impact of Injury Scholarship. This is an opportunity for anyone who has suffered from an injury to explain the personal injury case’s complicated and individualized reality. Students are asked to describe their experiences with an injury (personal or loved ones) for this scholarship. Students should detail what short-term and long-term effects this injury had on you or your loved ones. 

This is a $1,000 scholarship award for students to pursue their educational goals. The deadline to apply is September 30, 2022. Applications are open to all majors. Continue reading below for more information on the eligibility and the application process. Thank you for your interest in the True Impact of Injury Scholarship.


A) This opportunity is open to legal US residents who are current high school seniors, college students, or graduate students enrolled in a two to five-year post-secondary institution.

B) Hess Law Office, PLLC employees, family members, and household residents cannot apply for this competition.

C) Applicants should be in good academic standing and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Required Submissions

A) Submit a 750 – 1000 word response to the prompt: explain the impact someone’s injury accident has had on you, your friends, and/or family. What was the personal injury case like, and what were the short and long-term impacts of the injury? 

B) Submit a professional resumé that lists your academic, extracurricular, and any other relevant experiences

C) Submit a transcript from your current school. First-year students, grad students, or recent transfers may submit an unofficial transcript from their current school as well as the transcript from their previous school. High school seniors should submit proof of acceptance into a post-secondary school, if known, as well.

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