Personal Injury Law
Protecting victims of personal injury. Call now to get the help you need.
- I.C.B.C. Claims
- Slip and Fall Injuries
- Pedestrian and Cyclist Injuries
- Motorcycle Injuries
Learn Zenk Barristers & Solicitors
An Association of Independent Law Corporations
Learn Zenk lawyers have been proudly serving the Metro Vancouver area for over 35 years. Our team of highly experienced lawyers will guide you through your personal injury claim so you can relax and concentrate on your recovery.
Kenneth J. Learn, BSc (Hons.), LLB and Gordon W. Zenk, BA LLB have over 60 years of combined experience as personal injury civil litigators serving the Metro Vancouver Region. They have been working together for over 25 years.
Kenneth J. Learn
BSc (Hons.), LLB
Kenneth was called to the Bar in B.C. in 1974 and his early career included working with one of the large downtown Vancouver law firms, then a period working in British Columbia's northern and interior regions, before returning to the lower mainland's Metro Vancouver Region. His practice history has included a great deal of family law and personal injury law.
Gordon W. Zenk
Gordon was called to the Bar in B.C. in 1988 and while he practiced in Burnaby for over 20 years, he also served clients throughout the lower mainland. Since moving his practice to Port Moody in 2010 he is better able to serve the residents of the Tri-Cities of Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam and Port Moody (PoCoMo) as well as those living in other parts of the lower mainland. Motor Vehicle Accident Claims are the largest part of his practice although he also assists people with Family Law Claims and Criminal matters. Gordon is actively involved in the community through his membership in the Port Moody Old Timers Hockey Association and contributes to local charities, such as the Crossroads Hospice, the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation, and the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. He can also be found participating in various local events.
Mandy Badwal was born and raised in the Greater Vancouver Area. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology from Simon Fraser University in 2012. She attended law school in Australia at Bond University, where she obtained her Juris Doctor with Honours in 2015. Upon returning from Law School, Mandy articled with a boutique law firm in Surrey, B.C. Mandy was called to the bar of British Columbia in 2017.
Mandy has experience in a wide range of areas. As a litigator, she practices in the areas of personal injury and motor vehicle law and estate litigation. Her solicitor practice includes personal planning, wills and estates, corporate law and real estate transactions. Mandy is diligent in helping her clients receive the treatment they need and the compensation that they deserve.
Mandy is approachable and personable, and also fluent in Punjabi. This allows her to communicate effectively with her clients without a language barrier.
Outside the practice of law, Mandy enjoys cooking, the great outdoors, and spending quality time with her family and friends.
Frequently Asked Questions
Below is a list of some questions we often get asked by our clients.
We hope they help answer any queries you might have, but if not, feel free to call us and we will be happy to assist you.
How much is my injury claim worth?
The amount that your claim is worth depends on many factors including the nature and extent of the injuries, whether the injuries have resulted in an inability to work and what expenses the injuries have generated. Please book a free initial consultation
with us to discuss these and other factors that may be important to your claim.
How can I afford a lawyer to handle my injury claim?
We handle such claims on a contingency fee basis which means that in most cases we don’t get paid unless and until we get you compensation for your injuries. Please book a free initial consultation
for further details.
What if my injuries prevent me from working?