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Michael E. Quiat of Hackensack, NJ, has been honored with a recognition by New York Magazine in its selection of "Top Rated New York Area Lawyers."

HACKENSACK, N.J., Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Announcing a special recognition appearing in the December, 2013 issue of New York Magazine published by PRIMEDIA Broad Reach Magazines. Michael E. Quiat was selected for the following honor:

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"Top Rated New York Area Lawyers"

Michael E. Quiat commented on the recognition: "This is quite an honor for me. The fact that New York Magazine included me in its selection of "Top Rated New York Area Lawyers," signals that my constant effort to deliver excellent work has paid off. It is gratifying to be recognized in this way."

About Michael E. Quiat: a short profile by and about the honoree:

I represent claimants against insurance carriers in individual disability income, LTD, ERISA, Long Term Care, Life and other complex insurance claims. For more than 30 years I have focused on getting policyholders what insurance companies owe them. I understand the hardships of people forced to take on big insurance companies at a time when they are least able to do so. I have the experience and knowledge to successfully guide clients through this highly adversarial process, so they get the policy benefits for which they have paid, and to which they are entitled.

Following the publication of Michael E. Quiat's selection for New York Magazine's Top Rated New York Area Lawyers list, American Registry seconded the honor and added Michael E. Quiat to the "Registry of Business Excellence™". An exclusive recognition plaque, shown here, has been designed to commemorate this honor.

For more information on Michael E. Quiat, located in Hackensack, NJ, or New York, NY please call 201-342-7100, or visit www.uqur.com.

This press release was written by American Registry, LLC with contributions from Michael E. Quiat on behalf of Michael E. Quiat and was distributed by PR Newswire, a subsidiary of UBM plc.

American Registry, LLC is an independent company that serves businesses and professionals such as Michael E. Quiat who have been recognized for excellence. American Registry offers news releases, plaques and The Registry™, an online listing of over 2 million significant business and professional recognitions. Search The Registry™ at http://www.americanregistry.com.

Contact Info:
Michael E. Quiat
Phone: 201-342-7100
Email Address: mquiat@uqur.com

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