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Uscher, Quiat, Uscher & Russo, P.C. - New York, NY

43 West 43rd StreetSuite 166 New York, NY 10036

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Updated: 02/22/2021

New York ERISA Law Firm


Founded in 1958, the general practice law firm of Uscher, Quiat, Uscher & Russo, P.C. provides client-focused representation to individuals, businesses, developers and municipal entities.

Clients have direct access to our capable and veteran attorneys: Michael Quiat, Arthur Uscher, Joseph Russo and Patrick X. Amoresano. Our New York and New Jersey litigation and insurance lawyers handle a wide range of legal services.

Our attorneys have close contact with those they represent...

About Uscher, Quiat, Uscher & Russo, P.C.

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Uscher, Quiat, Uscher & Strull


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Disability
  • Long Term Care Claims
  • Life Insurance Claims

Office Information


43 West 43rd StreetSuite 166 New York, NY 10036

Office Hours

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Other Offices

Uscher, Quiat, Uscher & Russo, P.C. (Main Office) 433 Hackensack Avenue 2nd Floor, Room 1A Hackensack, NJ 07601 - 6316 201-781-5645

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