Applicants must write an essay to be eligible for one of the two $2,500 awards.

NORTH CHARLESTON, SC, April 05, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Miller, Dawson, Sigal, and Ward are increasing the amount of their Thumbs Up Guys Scholarship program this year, with the deadline of April 30, 2022 fast approaching. The scholarship is available for students at any two-year college, four-year college, or university in the United States.

As injury attorneys, The Thumbs Up Guys are well-versed in helping people in need. In an effort to promote this kind of compassion, empathy, and hard work on behalf of others, the firm offers its Thumbs Up Guys Scholarship to two selected winners who write a short essay about a time they went above and beyond to help someone else.

Selflessness can sometimes be seen as a weakness, but the actions we take to assist those in need are the ones that truly define us. In fact, the reason that Miller, Dawson, Sigal, & Ward have become known as the Thumbs Up Guys is because of their relentless pursuit of a positive outcome on behalf of their injured clients.

Interested applicants must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the Thumbs Up Guys Scholarship. The winners of two $2,500 awards will be selected by a scholarship selection committee based solely on the merits of their application and essay.

– Attend an accredited U.S. college or university
– Have a GPA of at least 3.0
– Apply via the official application form on the Miller, Dawson, Sigal, & Ward website

Employees of MDSW, family members of MDSW employees, and previous winners of the Thumbs Up Guys Scholarship are considered ineligible for the award.

About Miller, Dawson, Sigal, and Ward

MDSW is known throughout South Carolina as the Thumbs Up Guys. Founded with a deep-seated community mindset, the law firm focuses on personal injury claims. To date, the firm has achieved massive successes for its clientele, winning millions of dollars for injured and victimized people. Cases taken on by MDSW include everything from car, motorcycle, and truck accidents to work injuries to dog bites and slip and falls.

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