Aaron Karger is the founding and managing partner of Law Office of Aaron A. Karger, P.A.  Aaron was born in Long Prairie, Minnesota and raised in Bemidji, Minnesota.  He graduated from the University of Minnesota where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, was a member of the Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society, and received a minor degree in business management from the affiliated Carlson School of Management.  Aaron received his Juris Doctor from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center where he graduated cum laude and earned recognition on the Dean’s List for his academic performance during his second and third years of law school.  While in law school, Aaron was a recipient of the Florida Bar Public Service Fellowship and Grant, and was awarded a Silver Level membership in the Shepard Broad Law Center’s Pro Bono Honor Program.

Aaron concentrates his practice in the areas of personal injury, with an emphasis on negligent security cases, as well as personal injuries from intentional torts such as sexual assault and battery.  Aaron also handles other more common types of personal injury cases such as automobile accidents, slip/trip and falls.  Early in his career, Aaron worked for the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office where he served as an Assistant State Attorney.  As a prosecutor, Aaron argued dozens of motions including motion practice and oral argument at the appellate level, as well as tried multiple bench and jury trials to verdict.  Thereafter, Aaron began his career in private practice working for a boutique law firm where he litigated personal injury and commercial and real estate litigation matters.  Aaron also has a significant background in real estate sales, management and development.  Prior to attending law school, Aaron worked as a sales director for a large real estate development group where he saw oversaw lending, construction, sales and closing coordination. Aaron is an active member of Dade Legal Aid where he routinely accepts Pro Bono cases through the Put Something Back Program.

Aaron is admitted to practice in Florida, and the U.S. District Court for the Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida.

Bar Admissions:

  • The Florida Bar
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern, Middle and Northeren Districts of Florida


  • University of Minnesota, B.A. Communications; Carlson School of Management, Minor:  Management
  • Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center, J.D., cum laude

Professional and Civic Affiliations:

  • Kristi House Children’s Advocacy Center, Board Member
  • Friends of the New World Symphony, Executive Committee Member and Vice-President (Past)
  • Dade Legal Aid, Put Something Back Program
  • Dade County Bar Association, Member
  • Volunteer Mentor for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Greater Miami (Past)
  • Florida Real Estate Sales Associate Licensee

Awards and Honors:

  • 2021 Social Impact of the Year Award, Daily Business Review’s Florida Legal Awards
  • Top Ten Case Settlements and Verdicts of the Year Award in 2020, Daily Business Review
  • Florida Super Lawyers, Personal Injury practice (2018-2021)
  • Florida Trend, Legal Elite
  • Expertise Award – Best Litigation Attorneys in Miami
  • Florida Bar Public Service Fellow Recipient
  • Pro Bono Honor Program, Silver Level
  • Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society, Member
  • CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Business Entities (Partnerships and Corporations)
  • Dean’s List

Sam Afran serves as a Case Consultant with Law Office of Aaron A. Karger, P.A. Previously, Sam worked for his family’s legal practice, Bruce I. Afran, Attorney at Law, located in Princeton, NJ as a paralegal/legal assistant. Sam handled filing, evidence and legal research in public interest, civil liberties and land use litigation. He also served as paralegal for The Westminster Foundation a non-profit academic support charity where he was responsible for the organization’s application process for 501(c)3 IRS non-profit status. He authored the Foundation’s bylaws and structure for non-profit compliance and function. Prior to Westminster, he was a legal assistant at the Eleanor J. Lewis Foundation for Public Interest Research, also in Princeton, NJ. Notably, he was solely responsible for handling all evidence in landmark tax exemption litigation which resulted in an 18-million-dollar settlement for the tax-payers of his hometown.

Sam studied U.S. History at The Ohio State University in Columbus Ohio, and minored in Political Science: Law and Society in addition to advanced studies in Portuguese linguistics. Sam was in the pre-law program at Ohio State, and plans to attend law school. As an undergraduate, he interned with the Columbus Landmarks Foundation, a division of the non-profit Ohio Historical Society and worked in urban development, zoning and preservation. Sam has also worked as a prep chef and barista and has long had a passion for cooking and food. He also worked as a third deckhand on private boats, conducting maintenance on mid-size motor yachts. Sam was born and raised in Princeton, NJ and has a younger sister, Tobi. He attended Princeton High School where he was co-captain of the football team and played varsity football, lacrosse and track.

Enryo Longchamp serves as a Paralegal with the Law Office of Aaron A. Karger P.A. Prior, he worked at two prestigious law firms in South Florida. He earned his Bachelor degree from Florida International University (FIU) in International Relations. After graduating, Mr. Longchamp realized that understanding law is the best way to make real changes in people’s lives and his community. He went back to FIU to complete his studies in the paralegal program. As a Paralegal, his duties consist of assisting with client intake, preparing legal documents and correspondence for review, and communicating with insurance adjusters to resolve property damage issues. Mr. Longchamp has a strong work ethic and is extremely passionate about working in the legal field. Mr. Longchamp is fluent in Haitian Creole. Outside of work, Mr. Longchamp enjoys outdoor activities such as sky diving, biking, parasailing, jet skiing and traveling.

Awards and Honors:

Leadership Education and Development Award
President’s Volunteer Service Award from the White House
Organization Student of the Year Award
Community Service Award
Pan African Student Association President’s Award
President’s Volunteer Service Award from the White House

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