Gregg Page


Gregg Page is a trial lawyer who focuses his practice on helping individuals injured by the  wrongful acts of others, including special emphasis on traumatic brain injury cases and child advocacy. He enjoys primarily a word of mouth practice representing individuals referred by former clients and friends. Gregg is a trial lawyer who has personally achieved verdicts or settlements in excess of one million dollars. Two of Gregg’s most significant cases involved multi-million dollar results achieved for young children who suffered severe brain injury as a result of others wrongful conduct.

Gregg attended the University of Florida for both undergraduate and law school. He founded the firm with Steve Eichenblatt in 1993 when he was 31 years old. The firm’s owners take pride in their commitment to the community. Gregg is committed to raising funds for community organizations which advocate for the underprivileged, including The Russell Home for Atypical Children, Make a Wish Foundation, Center for Independent Living and Coalition for the Homeless. He participates periodically in mission trips to undeveloped countries where in the past he has helped build houses for the poorest of the poor. Gregg has volunteered his time since 1987 as an unpaid advocate for abused and neglected children in courtrooms throughout Central Florida.

Outside the office, Gregg’s life revolves around his wife Julie Margaret Page, and his three daughters, Brooke, Holly and Darcy. He remains active in the St. Margaret Mary Catholic Community. Gregg enjoys outdoor activity of all kinds – he particularly enjoys water skiing, snow skiing, trail running and cycling.