St. Louis Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Injured in a St. Louis Motorcycle Accident?

Get Max Compensation. Contact The Bruning Law Firm.

Let the experienced St. Louis motorcycle accident lawyers at The Bruning Law Firm take those burdens off of you. We have years of experience representing people who were injured due to someone else’s negligence, and we have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for our deserving clients. Our membership in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers organization and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum are testaments to the work we do and our dedication to outstanding service.

Contact us today to discuss your claim. Get a:

  • Free estimate of your potential case value.
  • Free consultation with one of our attorneys.
  • There are no upfront fees. You pay $0 unless we win your case.

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.

What To Do After You Are Injured in a Motorcycle Accident

If you’ve been injured in a motorcycle crash, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and your claim for compensation. Here’s where to start:

  1. Keep all your doctor’s appointments.

See a doctor as soon as possible after the crash. Keep all your appointments, including any visits to specialists or for testing such as X-rays. If you were prescribed medication or medical devices, read the instructions and follow them. Call your doctor or pharmacist if you have questions about the instructions. Most importantly, if your symptoms change or get worse, contact your doctor’s office immediately.

  1. Store your paperwork in a safe place.

Choose a single safe place to keep copies of all the paperwork related to your accident.Paperwork such as medical bills and reports, accident reports, information from insurance companies, and repair or replacement bills for your motorcycle and other property should go in this location. This paperwork will help support your case for compensation.

  1. Notify your insurance company about the MO accident.

Contact your insurance company about your motorcycle crash as soon as possible. If you miss your insurance policy’s deadline for filing your claim, insurance will not cover it. Whenever you talk to your insurance company, stick to the facts: what happened, where and when it happened, and who was involved. Don’t say the accident was your fault.Instead, say that you’re waiting to see what the investigation reveals.

  1. Talk to a St. Louis Motorcycle attorney.

A lawyer with experience handling motorcycle accident claims can help you negotiate with insurance companies, build a case for the compensation you need, and go to court to demand that the at-fault party be held accountable for the damage you have suffered.

Let Our St. Louis Motorcycle Accident Attorneys Take the Burden Off You

At The Bruning Law Firm, our St. Louis accident attorneys are committed to providing a superior level of client service to crash victims throughout Missouri and Southern Illinois. Our legal team will investigate your accident thoroughly, plan for possible obstacles in your case, and think “outside the box” to pursue the compensation you need.

Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation, and let our team take the stress off you so you can focus on healing.

As dedicated personal injury attorneys who were born and raised St. Louis, Anthony Bruning and his sons, A.J. and Ryan, have spent their lives and careers working to make the city a better place to live and work.

All three attorneys attended the University of Missouri and are proud graduates of St. Louis University School of Law. They stayed in their hometown because they believe in standing up for the rights of friends, neighbors, and fellow Missourians who have been seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence.