Brenda J. Renick, Esq.
Attorney, Forrest B. Johnson & Associates

Attorney Renick is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law. She practices primarily in the litigation of personal injury, wrongful death and probate cases.  She has tried numerous injury cases to jury verdict, has sued the United States of America in federal court over student loan hardship, has litigated probate matters to the Court of Appeals and others to conclusion in the Federal Courts.  To fully assist the firm with representation of clients injured in trucking collisions she holds certificates of merit in diesel mechanics and electronics.

Brenda is admitted to the State Bar of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the District Court for the Northern District of Georgia and the District Court for the Middle District of Georgia.  She has served as the President of University of Georgia’s Law Practice and Technology Association and as Secretary for the Western Circuit Bar Association.  
In addition to practicing, Brenda Renick has taught courses in the community and Georgia Technical College System on Wills and Estates, Debts and Creditor Relationships and Bankruptcy.  She served as a paralegal prior to becoming an attorney and has worked in various legal arenas in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.  
Reported cases:
In re: Perry,  312 BR 723 (Federal Bankruptcy Court defense)
Rowland v. Clarke County School District, 272 Ga 471 532 SE2d91 (2000) (Court of App.)
In Re Bush, Bush v. United States of America, 450 B.R. 345, 269 Ed. Law Rep. 220 (Federal Bankruptcy Court plaintiff)