Our Manchester, Missouri personal injury lawyers have assisted injured people for decades. At E. Ryan Bradley, we help victims who have been hurt by negligent drivers, businesses and corporations that unnecessarily put others at risk for serious injury or death. Since most personal injuries in the Manchester, Missouri area result from car accidents, truck accidents, and motorcycle collisions, the great majority of our case load consists of these types of cases. However, our Manchester, Missouri car accident lawyers are often called to assist people suffering from on the job accidents, premises liability cases, product liability and medical malpractice. The Manchester, MO accident attorneys at E. Ryan Bradley have over 30 years of experience securing top settlements and verdicts for injured people.
Manchester, Missouri is one of the oldest communities in the St. Louis County area. Two of the St. Louis Metropolitan area’s more prestigious high schools are located in Manchester, MO, John F. Kennedy Catholic High School and Parkway South High School. Many Manchester, Missouri residents are able to remain close to home for recreation and shopping, however, thousands commute into Clayton or the City of St. Louis for work each day. Many Manchester commuters travel on Manchester Road to get to work. Predictably, this is where most motor vehicle accidents happen.
On a typical workday, Manchester Road is gridlocked during the morning and evening rush hours. Manchester, MO is also taking part in the St. Louis Area Great Streets Initiative to improve the Manchester Road corridor between Missouri Highways 109 and 141. This road improvement initiative will take place over the course of multiple years and will most likely cause further delays in the immediate future. However, according to the Great Streets Initiative Planning Committee, upon completion of the project commuters will be able to get to their destinations with greater ease and less danger. As a result, the majority of accidents are fender benders resulting in little to no property damage or injury. However, there are times when injuries do occur and some are quite serious. When serious injuries are sustained, it is best to call E. Ryan Bradley to talk with one of our Manchester, MO personal injury lawyers to decide with the next best step is.
Because of the large amount of traffic in the Manchester, MO area, car and trucking accidents are common. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported 436 accidents in 2009 and 17% resulted in injuries. In 2010, the number of accidents increased slightly, yet the number of personal injuries remained unchanged. Manchester, Missouri has had one fatality since 2007 and the Manchester Police Department is a key contributor in keeping injuries and fatalities to a minimum.