Getting to Our Office
The Bruning Law Firm is conveniently located in the heart of downtown St. Louis at 555 Washington Ave., Suite 600. Just south of The Dome, near The Gateway Arch and Busch Stadium, our firm is proud to be part of the vibrant St. Louis downtown area.
Right off of Interstate 44, our office is easy to access from any direction, whether you are coming into downtown on Interstate 64, Interstate 55, or Interstate 70. The closest St. Louis MetroLink subway station is Convention Center, located at Sixth Street and Washington Avenue.
Our Practice Areas
With more than 35 years of experience successfully representing St. Louis residents in personal injury cases, our attorneys have handled a variety of claims, including:
We are committed to providing personalized attention and professional service to each and every client we serve. That means staying in constant communication with you about your case and being available to talk whenever you have questions.
What to Do If You Have Been Injured in an Accident
If you have been hurt in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, out St. Louis personal injury attorneys will fight aggressively for the compensation you need to recover from your injuries.
- Seeking medical help. Your top priority should be your health. That’s why our compassionate attorneys are available to visit injured clients wherever is most convenient. Often times that includes meeting with patients in hospitals such as SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital, Kindred Hospital St. Louis, Mercy Hospital St. Louis, Des Peres Hospital, St. Luke’s Hospital, or Barnes-Jewish Hospital. We also work with hospitals and doctor’s offices to secure your medical records and build detailed documentation of your injuries.
- Talking to law enforcement. If you were hurt in a car crash or another type of accident that involved law enforcement being called, you may have already talked to an officer about your case. Our attorneys will work with officers from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department and other agencies to secure accident reports that could provide crucial evidence to support your claim for compensation.
- Reporting your injury to the relevant insurance company. Depending on your case, we may need to report your injury to an auto insurance company, homeowners’ insurance, commercial property insurance, or another company that may be liable for compensating you. When it comes to insurance, there is generally a time limit for reporting your injury, and our attorneys will work quickly to ensure time does not run out on your claim.
When you meet with our experienced St. Louis personal injury attorneys, we will walk you through what to expect in your case. This may involve in-depth negotiations with an insurance company to secure a full and fair settlement, or taking your case to court to demand justice in front of a judge and jury.
No matter what steps need to be taken in your case, you can trust that our skilled legal team will keep you updated and prepared for whatever comes next.
St. Louis Legal Information
Depending on the circumstances surrounding your personal injury case, you may need to eventually visit one of the local courthouses. When that time comes, we will discuss what you can expect in detail so you are comfortable with the process.
The circuit court locations you may need to visit are:
If you are involved in a federal case, such as a multidistrict litigation case, you may need to visit: