Contact Rittenberg, Samuel & Phillips, L.L.C.

At the New Orleans law office of Rittenberg, Samuel & Phillips, L.L.C., our lawyers deliver accessible, responsive, competent and professional representation that strives to help you attain your legal goals.

We take pride in being responsive to your needs and promptly return all calls.

Our experienced attorneys represent clients in a variety of practice areas, including wills, probate and successions and education law representing members of the American Federation of Teachers. Please note: we do not represent students or parents.

Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8 to 5, and home, hospital or jail visits are available by appointment. For personal injury cases, there is no legal fee unless we recover for you.

Detailed Map and Directions to our Office

To schedule an appointment, contact us using the online form below or call 504-524-5555. To contact a specific lawyer:

Larry Samuel

504-524-5555 Ext. 17
504-715-0484 (Mobile)

M. H. Phillips

504-524-5555 Ext. 19
504-442-9177 (Mobile)

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