Jason Manten began his career in construction defect litigation, focusing on defending developers, product manufactures, general contractors, design professionals, environmental consultations, and subcontractors. These representations included construction and design defect disputes, construction payment disputes, and catastrophic construction accidents. Mr. Manten then moved in-house with Florida’s largest homeowners insurance carrier, specializing in insurance defence. During this time, Mr. Manten learned how insurance companies operate, including their litigation strategies and how they evaluate claims. He now pursues claims on behalf of the insureds and helps policyholders navigate the complex legal issues involved in presenting and litigating against insurance companies, helping insureds recover what is owed to them.
Mr. Manten obtained his Juris Doctor from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. During his time in law school, Mr. Manten provided pro bono immigration services for Spanish-language workers at the Ford Motor Company.
Prior to law school, Mr. Manten was a project manager at a construction company. Mr. Manten is a Miami native and obtained his undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice. Mr. Manten is fluent in Spanish.