Kenneth Muhammad was born in South Carolina and lived in a Chicago suburb and Denver, Colorado before completing high school near Philadelphia. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Villanova University and later achieved his Juris Doctorate degree at Temple University School of Law. After becoming a member of the State Bar of Georgia in November 2000, he began his career as a trial attorney at the law practice of the late Superior Court Judge Horace Johnson. Kenneth has since represented clients in state and federal courts throughout the United States and gained recoveries for them in medical malpractice and motor vehicle accidents. The Law Office of Kenneth W. Muhammad serves clients in the Atlanta metropolitan area, Macon and central Georgia, and the Savannah, Georgia area, with its primary office located in Gwinnett County.