Jenkins Mann

Jenkins Mann

Member

Email

jmann@rogerslewis.com

Direct Dial

Office: 803-978-2831

Paralegal

Tyler Koester

  • email: tkoester@rogerslewis.com
  • direct dial: 803-256-1268
Biography

Jenkins is currently the firm’s managing member. His practice is comprised entirely of litigation. The son of a trial lawyer, he has been in and around South Carolina Courtrooms since he was 16 years old. His practice is focused on complex litigation matters involving:

  • Catastrophic Personal Injury;
  • Wrongful Death;
  • Brain and Spinal Injuries;
  • Premises Liability;
  • Construction Litigation;
  • Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices;
  • Bad Faith;
  • Significant Tort and Personal Injury Litigation;
  • Motorcycle Accidents;
  • Real Estate, Title and Business Litigation;
  • Commercial and Contract Litigation;
  • Appellate Practice.

Additional information about Jenkins’ practice can be found online at www.mannblake.com.

Prior to forming Rogers Lewis, Jenkins practiced law at Ellis Lawhorne & Sims, P.A. Jenkins is an avid tennis player and youth soccer and basketball coach.

Practice Areas
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance Coverage and Recovery
  • Significant Tort and Personal Injury Litigation
Admissions
  • South Carolina
  • United States 4th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States District Court, District of South Carolina
  • United States Bankruptcy Court, District of South Carolina
Education
  • University of South Carolina School of Law, Juris Doctor
  • University of South Carolina, B.A.
Selected Decisions
  • Gignilliat v. Gignilliat, Savitz & Bettis, L.L.P., 385 S.C. 452, 684 S.E.2d 756 (S.C.,2009)
  • McLean v. Drennan, et al., Opinion No. 2011-UP-517 (Ct. App., 2011)
Presentations

• SC Bar 2014 Real Intensive Workshop: Title Insurance Litigation, July 2014
• South Carolina Landlord-Tenant Law Update, September 12, 2012
• South Carolina Landlord-Tenant Law Update, May 8, 2012
• South Carolina Landlord Tenant Law Update, October, 2009
• Landlord and Tenant Responsibilities and the Eviction Process in South Carolina