Karen A. Ondrovic, Esq.

Karen A. Ondrovic, Esq.

Founding Partner

Awarded the peer review highest rated AV Preeminent 5.0/5.0 by Martindale Hubbell

Contact Info

Direct Phone Number

(800) 123-4567

E-mail Address


Working Days/Hours

Mon - Sun / 9:00AM - 8:00PM

Karen is a seasoned attorney with over 25 years of experience in the insurance defense industry. She has developed strong client relationships and trust through her passionate commitment to the defense of her clients. She believes that the key to the successful defense of a client is the development of a litigation strategy that allows her clients and their insurers to posture the case for success, whether that success be the result of motion practice, a negotiated settlement or trial.


Karen has been handling insurance defense matters since her admission to the bar in 1994. She has handled all aspects of civil litigation including pleadings, discovery, motion practice, mediations, arbitrations, trials and appeals. Her primary areas of practice include Construction accidents, Premises Liability, Products Liability, Automobile accidents, Civil Rights actions, Declaratory Judgment Actions, Municipal Liability and Professional Liability.

Karen represents insurers, private clients, corporations, municipalities and third-party administrators in complex tort litigation. In her defense of Labor Law cases, she represents property owners, general contractors and subcontractors. She is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell and manages civil litigation matters both in New York and Connecticut and has successfully argued cases in the First, Second and Third Departments as well as the appellate courts in Connecticut.

Karen is married to Robert Ondrovic, who currently serves as a Supreme Court Judge in the 9th Judicial District. They have three children, Paige, Lauren and Ryan. Karen enjoys playing soccer, biking, travel and cooking.


Karen graduated magna cum laude from Connecticut College where she earned accolades as a student athlete. She was a member of the intercollegiate soccer and swim teams and served as captain of the women’s swim team. She graduated with distinction in her major field of history, was selected as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and was selected to be a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society. She earned her law degree, with honors, from Pace University School of Law where she served as Executive Editor of the Pace Law Review.