What We Do

The Kotlyarsky Law Firm represents clients in resolving insurance coverage disputes, immigration matters, and general litigation issues.

Our attorneys have extensive experience in representing individuals and businesses both large and small in all stages of disputes, and have the ability to provide large firm service at boutique prices.

Whether you and/or your business is asserting or defending a claim related to insurance coverage, personal injury, products liability, breach of contract, construction accidents, or have an immigration issue, we can help.

At the Kotlyarsky Law FIrm, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest level of service and professionalism while achieving excellent outcomes in the most efficient manner possible.

Insurance Coverage Litigation

New York Insurance Coverage Disputes

We represent individuals, businesses, and insurers in all types of coverage disputes, working to enforce operative insurance agreements. We handle first- and third-party insurer disputes as well as risk transport cases.
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Immigration Services New York

Our practice is focused on family-based petitions, marriage-based adjustments of status, i.e., fiancé(e) visas, and business visas, including H1-B and EB-5 investor visas. We speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish, and Russian.
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General Litigation

General Fraud Litigation

We represent both plaintiffs and defendants (individuals and businesses) in litigating claims related to personal injury, construction site accidents, business litigation, contract disputes, and product liability matters.
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Representative Cases

Prevailed in $1.276m Indemnification Claim

Dmitriyev v. Tower Ins. Co. of N.Y (2012) Successfully represented client in dismissing $1.276 million indemnification claim by proving negligent supervision on part of insured not in scope of policy.

Success in $228k Water Damage Action

Vela v. Tower Ins. Co. of NY (2011) Prevailed in appellate action in defending client in $228,000 water damage claim by proving insured failed to fulfill “residence premises” provision in policy.