Our Community Involvement
At The Bruning Law Firm, we have a passion for helping people. Every day in our practice, we provide hope for clients who are coping with life-altering injuries and need both financial and emotional support to begin the healing process. For us, their fight is our fight.
St. Louis Personal Injury Lawyers: Community Involvement
That dedication also reflects our commitment to the community. St. Louis is our hometown, and we want to support the people and causes of our community. After all, we are not just personal injury lawyers. We are family men, business owners, and active residents who care about the city and the people who live here.
Standing Strong: Multiple Sclerosis & Pulmonary Fibrosis
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SOCIETY
As our clients know all too well, when one member of your family is hurting, your whole family hurts. In the Bruning family, we have two cousins who have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS). This disease affects the central nervous system and can cause a range of debilitating symptoms for those who are affected by it.
As a family and as a firm, we support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. We have participated in local mud runs, fundraising walks, and other special events to support the MS community in St. Louis. In 2012, A.J. Bruning was named a “corporate achiever” for his fundraising work to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
PULMONARY FIBROSIS SOCIETY – ST. LOUIS
Our family took up the fight against pulmonary fibrosis in 2015 when a family member was diagnosed with the serious lung disease. People who suffer from pulmonary fibrosis have scarring in their lungs, often from an unknown cause, that makes it difficult to breathe.
To raise awareness of this life-changing disease, we support the Pulmonary Fibrosis Society of St. Louis, which was founded by A.J.’s wife, Lauren. This organization is dedicated to raising money and awareness for St. Louis residents who are battling the disease.
In May 2016, The Bruning Law Firm was a sponsor for “Nashville’s Next Big Stars,” a Pulmonary Fibrosis Society fundraiser held at the Old Rockhouse.