Kushnick Pallaci, PLLC

Long Island Construction Lawyers

Kushnick Pallaci, PLLC

630 Johnson Avenue
Suite 201

Bohemia, New York 11716

Phone(631) 752-7100 or(888) 587-4529
Fax (631) 752-3654

Website www.nyconstructionlaw.com
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Law Firm Overview

Kushnick Pallaci PLLC is a construction law firm located in Bohemia, New York and serving clients throughout New York.
Our practice areas encompass construction law – contracts, defect and property damage claims, Lien Law Trust Fund Diversion actions, excavation and underpinning litigation, construction license and access agreements, default and termination, and mechanic’s liens as well as arbitration and mediation including under the AAA Construction Rules; defense of OSHA and Fair Labor Standards Acts claims, collections and judgment enforcement, and statutory violations.

We represent general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, developers, owners, architects, engineers, builders, construction and project managers, owner’s representatives, manufacturers, suppliers, installers, and real estate firms in legal matters ranging from routine business conduct to complex litigation in State and Federal Courts.

Our team of attorneys has the experience and knowledge to provide services, guidance, and representation designed to keep clients’ projects moving forward and minimizing risks.

Year this Office was Established: 1997

Languages: English

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Construction Litigation; Construction Contract Drafting and Review; Insurance Coverage Litigation; Mechanic Lien Foreclosure; Excavation and Underpinning Litigation; Real Estate Litigation; Construction Arbitration; Defense of OSHA Violation Claims; Surety Litigation Practice; Defense of NYC Violations; Trust Fund Diversion Class Action Litigation; Wage and Hour Litigation Defense; Mechanics Liens; Lien Law Section 59 Demands; Itemizing Mechanics Liens; Defective Construction Litigation; Scope of Work Disputes; Change Order Disputes; Adjacent Property Damage Claims; Lien Foreclosure Bond; Payment Bond Litigation; Construction Defect Claims and Litigation; Breach of Contract; Breach of Fiduciary Duty; Violation of Non-compete Clauses; Tortious Interference; Quasi-contract; Collections; Judgment Enforcement; Statutory Violations; Shareholder Disputes; Business Dissolution; Disputes over Financial Records; Employment Contract Disputes.

Areas of Law Description

- Construction Litigation

Litigation is an unfortunate growing part of performing construction in New York. Whether it is contract disputes, change order disputes, scope of work disputes, delay claims or adjacent property damage our experienced attorneys have handled, litigated, arbitrated and mediated thousands of construction claims.

- Insurance Coverage

Insurance companies don't always pay claims and sometimes they don't pay claims that they should have. Insurance claims are common in the construction industry and may involve work site injuries or property damage claims. Our attorneys have successfully resolved many insurance coverage disputes.

- Arbitration

Many building and construction contracts that are written today include an "arbitration clause." This clause is used to anticipate any disputes that may arise and outlines that both sides must submit their dispute for arbitration before an organization such as the American Arbitration Association (AAA).


Vincent Pallaci Mr. Vincent T. Pallaci
Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Construction Accidents


Stephanie N Hill
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Arbitration, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation

Jeffrey Lhuillier
Business Law, Business Litigation, Civil Litigation, Commercial Law, Commercial Litigation


  • American Bar Association
  • Suffolk County Bar Association
  • Nassau County Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association

More Information on Kushnick Pallaci, PLLC

Real Estate Litigation
Construction Litigation
Construction Arbitration
Mechanic's Lien Foreclosure
Excavation and Underpinning Litigation
Construction Defect Claims and Litigation
Trust Fund Diversion Class Action Litigation
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 Common Mistakes in New York Mechanic's Liens

Contractors and suppliers file liens in New York because they didn't get paid. But because liens are statutory creatures, sometimes the most minute detail can void the lien and prevent the contractor or supplier from getting paid.

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 The Right License: Performing Home Improvement Work in Suffolk County,NY

Most contractors know, or should know, that if they are performing "home improvement" work within Suffolk County then they must have a home improvement contractor's license issued by the Suffolk County Department of Consumer Affairs. However, what few contractors realize is that three towns within Suffolk County have their own home improvement licensing process and requirements.

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 Removing the Mystery from Bonding a Mechanic's Lien

When a mechanic's lien is filed in New York the fastest way to remove it is to file a discharge bond. Discharge bonds are often misunderstood and this article removes the mystery.

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 Adjacent (Neighboring) Property Construction in New York City

When building in the tight confines of New York City is is often necessary to work with your neighbor to allow the construction to be safely performed. It is also common that the construction will cause damage to the neighboring properties. This article discusses some of issues involved with such construction.

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 Disputing a New York Mechanic's Lien

Mechanic's liens can cause headaches for property owners across the State of New York, especially when they do not know how to challenge the lien. This article discusses the most common methods (and reasons) for challenging a mechanic's lien.

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