Avita M. Samaroo

Samaroo Law
Samaroo Law
121 S Orange Ave Ste 1110, Orlando, FL 32801 United States

Founder And Lead Attorney

About Us: Mrs. Samaroo then 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 a Legal Intern to the Honorable Patricia Doherty of the Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida. This incredible 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. It was here 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.

Overview And Experience Featured Publications

"All Eyes On You"

April 1, 2018


"Lifting The Veil Of Silence"

March 1, 2018


How Can I Pursue A Claim For Damages After An Injury?

About Us: After an injury, you can obtain monetary damages by litigating your case in court, or settling your claim. If you accept a settlement offer of a set amount of money, you give up your right to pursue a lawsuit against that party. If your case goes to trial, you must prove that the other party failed to fulfill a legal obligation and that your serious injuries were caused by this failure. Samaroo Law’s personal injury attorney will help you gather evidence and devise a strategy to meet your burden of proof.

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What Are My Rights After A Personal Injury?

About Us: In a personal injury case, you can pursue compensation for: Medical Bills, Lost Income, Pain and Suffering, and Emotional Distress. After a personal injury, you have the right to recover compensation from any person, company or government entity that caused your injuries. In order to recover monetary damages, you must prove negligence and a breach of legal duty.

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