Avita M. Samaroo (Esq. M.B.A.)
Attorney Avita M. Samaroo practices Personal Injury Law at Samaroo Law. Mrs. Samaroo helps her clients through difficult periods in their lives with compassionate yet assertive advocacy. She utilizes her diverse experience, analytical know-how and creativity to unwind complex personal injury cases which ultimately allows her clients to receive the true value for their injuries.
Mrs. Samaroo is an active member of the Central Florida Women Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association and she is a Florida Supreme Court Certified Mediator. She currently sits on the board for the Greater Orlando Asian American Bar Association.
It is with creativity and analytical thinking that Mrs. Samaroo continues to provide quality representation and counseling to her clients. Her diverse background has served her well as it allows her a unique perspective into the intricacies of her client’s cases.
Background & History
Mrs. Samaroo was raised in Southwest Orlando where she currently lives with her husband and two children. She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of South Florida and a Masters in Business Administration in Marketing Management from the University of Tampa. Mrs. Samaroo worked for a Chicago based real estate developer, for several years, fine tuning her business and marketing skills, before pursuing her passion for the law.
Mrs. Samaroo graduated from Barry University School of Law with distinction. She earned the highest grade honors in Evidence, Property II, Environmental Law, Jurisprudence, and Justice. She was also an active member of Barry’s prestigious Moot Court Honors Board where she had the distinct privilege of arguing before the Honorable Justice Don R. Willett of the Supreme Court of Texas. Mrs. Samaroo was selected by her law school to be their Orange County Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s liaison and was chosen for a coveted student seat at the George C. Young Inn of Court.
Mrs. Samaroo interned with the Office of the Federal Defender’s in the Middle District of Florida, where she gained invaluable federal experience. She also served as Legal Intern to the Honorable Patricia Doherty of the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida. This experience provided Mrs. Samaroo with a unique view from behind the bench providing insight on how cases are properly presented to the Court and what Judges expect from attorneys practicing in their courtroom.
Immediately after taking the Bar Exam, Mrs. Samaroo accepted a position with a Longwood civil litigation firm, where she developed a passion for personal injury work. She went on to accept a position at NeJame Law where she handled a wide variety of cases including those involving catastrophic injuries. After working there for several years, she founded Samaroo Law.