To be eligible for the Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff Scholarship, the students must meet the following requirements:
As a distinguished medical malpractice law firm, Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff is committed to making a positive difference in the lives of not only our clients, but also inside of our local community. We are pleased to announce that we will be awarding a scholarship of $1,500 every 4 months to students aspiring to continue their secondary education. With the financial burdens that higher education presents, this scholarship is intended to help with books, school supplies and other costs that will help the scholarship winner start out college a step ahead.
To apply for this scholarship, we ask students to write and submit a thoughtful short essay/blog on one of our challenging questions and you may win a quick $1,500. After submissions are in, we will evaluate each student’s blog post. Our law firm will then select one winner based on the blog that displays the highest quality and is the most influential while involving one of the topics. After completing the blog, please fill out the information in the form below.
The “Rosenberg, Minc, Falkoff & Wolff Scholarship,” awarded to provide an exceptional student a $1,500 scholarship for use on tuition and any school-related expenses.
Students, please submit the following documents to be considered:
All scholarship submissions must be received no later than October 31, 2023. The scholarship winner will be announced on November 30, 2023.
1. Wrongful Death Claims: A couple is driving and was hit by a drunk driver. The wife in the passenger seat is eight months pregnant at the time of the accident. Her husband the father of the unborn child is killed in the crash. Do you feel the unborn child once born should have a valid legal claim against the drunk driver for the loss(death) of its parent, or should the fact that the fetus was unborn at the time of the crash prevent the now living child from bringing a claim?
2. Hospital Negligence: Should a negligent Hospital be held responsible for a patient contracting a deadly infection due to poor surgical sterilization or does the patient assume the risk if told before surgery that infection can happen?
3. Wrongful Death Lawsuit Awards: In a lawsuit brought by surviving family members for medical malpractice wrongful death of a family member, would you permit a financial award for the emotional pain and suffering felt by the victim’s family? Or would you limit the award to only the financial loss of support caused by the wrongful death? If you would permit an award for emotional suffering, who would be eligible to be compensated? Would such an award only go to a parent, spouse or child, or would you permit compensation to anyone affected? Where would you draw the line?