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Edgar Moore Page

About Edgar Page

About me

Ed Page is a 1997 graduate of the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School and a 2000 graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law.

Mr. Page served as an Assistant District Attorney in Lee County from 2000 until 2004. During that time, Mr. Page tried hundreds of cases in District Court as the primary District Court prosecutor in Lee County. He also handled felony matters ranging from Murder and Embezzlement to Felony DWI and drug matters.

In 2004, Mr. Page became an associate with the Raleigh firm of Yates, McLamb & Weyher, LLP, where he specialized in medical malpractice defense and general civil defense.

Ed Page has handled cases in courts across the State of North Carolina, garnering a reputation as an intelligent, reasonable and credible attorney and a strong and savvy advocate for his clients. He has represented the State of North Carolina and some of the largest insurance companies in the state. Put the experience of Page Law Office to work for you. Contact us today.



At Page Law Office, we believe that the practice of law should be about giving well-informed advice based upon valuable experience, accurate research, and a reasoned analysis of each client’s unique situation. Knowledge is power. And with the right advice, you are better equipped to confront the situations facing you.



If you do need to go to court, you need an attorney that not only knows the law and your situation… you need an attorney with the skills to persuasively present your case to a judge or jury.

Formerly a prosecutor in Lee County and attorney for some of the largest insurance companies in North Carolina, Mr. Page is at home in the courtroom and knows exactly what you’ll be facing if you find yourself there. And, of course, many cases are best resolved before they reach the courtroom, which is why having a skilled negotiator at your side is critical from the earliest stage of any legal matter.