Kristi Saladino Schaaf received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Speech Communications from Western Kentucky University, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 1991. She received her Juris Doctorate degree from Northern Kentucky University – Salmon P. Chase College of Law. Mrs. Schaaf has been practicing law in Kentucky for more than 26 years and focuses on cases resulting from motor vehicle accidents.
Mrs. Schaaf is a longtime member of the American Justice Association, American Bar Association, Kentucky Bar Association, McCracken County Bar Association, Belli Society and Million Dollars Advocates Forum (membership limited to attorneys who have won million and/or multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements).
Kristi is an avid tennis player who enjoys sports, especially watching UK games, and being surrounded by close friends and family. She is married to Gary Schaaf, another attorney in the firm, and together their two children, Ethan and Emma Kate, keep them busy. Kristi enjoys being active in the community, previously serving as President of the Paducah Charity League and spending several years on the boards of Easter Seals West Kentucky and Market House Theatre.
Saladino & Schaaf, PLLC is dedicated to providing high quality, aggressive legal representation to victims of personal injury and wrongful death. Since 1984, this firm and its predecessors have had one goal in mind – to help the victims of personal injury put the pieces of their lives back together.
Saladino & Schaaf, PLLC is a Personal Injury Law Firm with offices in Paducah, KY and Murray, KY. We serve clients throughout Kentucky and Illinois.
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