Welcome home." Karen Page was the secretary for Nelson and Murdock and, along with Foggy Nelson, Matt Murdock and Ben Urich, was instrumental in the effort to bring Wilson Fisk to justice.
One day she was emailed a file which contained damning evidence of Union Allied's money laundering schemes.
Look in the mirror and see yourself for what you truly are. When Nelson and Murdock fell apart, Page joined the New York Bulletin with the intention of writing Castle's true story, however during her investigation she was kidnapped by Ray Schoonover and saved by Castle.
She was unsurprisingly hired without any questions. Arriving at Josie's Bar and having a drink, Page was convinced to discuss why she did not want to go home; for days, she has attempted to get Daniel Fisher's blood out her carpet and cannot.
Days later, Page stayed late at Nelson and Murdock unpacking when she heard Foggy Nelson singing horribly. She said that lately, all she can see are the threats and dangers around her.
In a direct response to the assassination attempt and the lack of an official accusation against her, Foggy Nelson and Matt Murdock were able to get Page released from prison for her own safety.
Page was released to the custody of Nelson and Murdock and taken back to their office.
Karen Page worked as a secretary in Union Allied Construction.