St. louis
Car Accident Statistics

Throughout St. Louis, Missouri, and Southern Illinois, thousands of people are hurt or killed in auto accidents every year. The statistics are troubling, especially considering that many of these accidents could have been prevented.

At The Bruning Law Firm, we believe that car accident victims should never be treated like another claim number or statistic. Our dedicated car accident attorneys treat each client with respect and compassion. We take a personalized approach to each case, analyzing exactly what happened, determining who should be held accountable, and demanding the justice our clients deserve. Schedule a free case consultation with our skilled legal team today.

St. LOUIS

225 people suffered serious injuries
in St. Louis auto accidents in 2014

37 people died
in St. Louis auto accidents in 2014

Crash Hot Spots in the St. Louis Area
I-55
from Butler Hill Road to Bayless Avenue
I-44
from Fenton to Big Bend
Blanchette Bridge area in St. Charles County
I-55
from Butler Hill Road to Bayless Avenue
I-55
from Butler Hill Road to Bayless Avenue

MISSOURI

Crash Hot Spots in the St. Louis Area
47,977 people were injured
in crashes in 2014

766 people were killed
in crashes in 2014

103,370 crashes
involved property damage

A Terrible Price to Pay
$8 million in medical costs
+$973 millionin work loss costs
$981 million in total costs
for crash-related deaths
in Missouri in one year
Road Conditions During Crashes
of crashes involve
distracted driving
Crashes Involving Speeding
10,080 people were injured
276 people were killed
Crashes Involving Alcohol
3,480 people were injured
205 people were killed

ILLINOIS

Crash Hot Spots in the St. Louis Area
296,049 auto accidents
in 2014
84,652 people
were injured
924 people
were killed
$1.41 Billion
Total cost of crash-related deaths in Illinois in one year.
Fridays
were the day the greatest number of crashes occurred
8 a.m. to 7:59 p.m.
Almost 70 percent of crashes occurred during this time