One Tough Cookie

2016 Scholarship

Are You a Fighter? Share Your Story!


The One Tough Cookie Competition Has Concluded!

Thank you for participating in Bisnar Chase's #OneToughCookie Scholarship Competition. Voting and submissions are now closed.

Congratulations to Tracy Moore for winning the One Tough Cookie Scholarship! We wish you the best of luck in all of your endeavors!

Read Tracy Moore's Story!

College students enrolled in school can earn a $1,500 scholarship by telling us how you've overcome all odds to get to where you are right now. Show the world why you are #OneToughCookie!

How Does It Work?

Submit Your Story!

We want to hear about the trials that you've been through and how you've fought to come out on top. No story is too insignificant to share and to encourage someone. We'll post your story up on our website and give you a link to view it.

Share your Story!

In order to qualify for the $1,500 scholarship, share the link we give you on Facebook or Twitter. Tag Bisnar Chase and use the hashtag #OneToughCookie.

Place your Vote!

Encourage your friends and family to vote for your story and the story with the highest amount of votes wins! The writer will get a $1,500 check to be used for anything they need as a student.


Ready to Start?

This scholarship is put together by the attorneys at Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys

We've represented people in awful circumstances but who have decided not to keep their heads down, but to stand up proud and fight to overcome any new challenges that life has confronted them with.

One such survivor is 27-year-old Luke Vogt, who suffered a catastrophic brain injury in a motorcycle accident. Luke was in a coma from being struck by 2 vehicles after his initial accident, and the doctors who treated him did not expect him to live. 5 years later however, he is sitting up on his own and communicating independently with his parents and 5-year-old daughter.

Bisnar Chase would like to give this opportunity to other fighters like Luke, to share encouragement through their stories and to provide some uplifting news to those who may need it.