Facing a medical malpractice lawsuit is a very real possibility for healthcare providers in almost every specialty. Many, though not all, states require doctors to carry medical malpractice insurance for this very reason. And even in states where such insurance is not required, many providers opt to purchase it to protect their financial security.
However, more doctors and medical facilities are starting to “Go Bare,” which means to practice without medical malpractice insurance. As we explain on this page, Going Bare offers a number of benefits, especially when healthcare providers invest in Going Bare legal defense services.
Our law firm wants to spread awareness about this alternative to high-cost and potentially unreliable medical malpractice insurance. We are offering a $1,000 essay scholarship to students who are currently enrolled in or have been accepted to a junior college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the U.S.
All applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Be younger than 30 years old
- Be currently enrolled in or accepted to a junior college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the U.S.
- Not be related to anyone who currently works for or who formerly worked for Lubell Rosen
How to Enter
To enter, please write a 500-word essay on one of the following topics:
- How would you reform America’s healthcare system?
- Should doctors be required to carry medical malpractice insurance?
- Should there be limits on how much a doctor can be sued for medical malpractice?
Submit your essay to [email protected] with the following materials:
- Proof of enrollment in or acceptance to a junior college, undergraduate, or graduate program in the U.S.
- Your résumé, age, and contact information
Deadline for Scholarship Entries
All scholarship entries must be submitted by February 10, 2021. By sending your scholarship essay, you acknowledge that all submitted essays become property of Lubell Rosen, LLC. We reserve the right to publish all or a portion of any scholarship essay on our social media pages, website, and other electronic media.