Meet the team that believes taking on your claim is an honour and a privilege. Together, we bring to the table extensive Vancouver personal injury law experience, well-rounded expertise and an insider’s understanding of ICBC.
For over 35 years, Del Feller has made handling personal injury and ICBC claims his specialty. In addition to being a personal injury lawyer in Vancouver, Del served as a RCMP officer gaining extensive knowledge of BC’s traffic control laws—and how accidents are investigated by the police and ICBC. It comes as no surprise that Del is exceptionally proficient in analyzing traffic accident circumstances and the resulting injuries.
Ever since his firm was created in 1974 in Vancouver, Del has been successfully working against ICBC and standing up for the rights of accident victims. Del is passionate about obtaining a fair settlement for his clients, and he isn’t afraid to take a claim to trial.
Del is an active volunteer and served on the board for the Western Canada Society to Access Justice, a non-profit organization offering pro bono legal services. Del has also made a substantial contribution to provincial legislation involving the removal of the limitation period for victims of sexual abuse.
If you would like to contact Del, please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doug McKinnon – Claims Advisor
A Vancouver native, Doug has over 30 years of experience working with personal injury claims.
From 1980 – 1984, Doug was as an independent adjuster working primarily for ICBC. He was then hired by ICBC in 1984 and worked in the personal injury claim division as an adjuster, Claims Manager and Regional Rehabilitation Manager. Doug chose to leave ICBC in 2001.
Doug is considered an expert on ICBC policy and procedures.
If you would like to contact Doug, please email him at email@example.com.
Zachary J.D. Vilvang – Associate
Zack was born and raised in Vancouver, BC before heading east to London, Ontario and the University of Western Ontario where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.
To begin his quest in law, Zack attended Bond University on the Gold Coast of Australia where he obtained his Juris Doctor law degree. While in Law School, he participated in various moot competitions and completed a course “The Law in the People’s Republic of China” in which he visited China and studied briefly at the College of Law at Chongqing University.
Upon returning to Vancouver, Zack completed the National Committee on Accreditation process and completed his Articles with a firm in the Fraser Valley. He was called to the Bar in May 2011 and has appeared before the Provincial and Supreme courts of British Columbia.
Zack enjoys leading an active lifestyle such as playing ice hockey, golf and tennis, and while he struggled mightily with surfing in Australia, he misses it every day. Some of his other interests include traveling and trying to learn conversational Punjabi.
Zack is currently a member of the Law Week Committee of the BC Branch of the Canadian Bar Association. He is also a member of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia.
If you would like to contact Zack, please send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tom Braidwood – Associate
Tom has practised in his preferred area of personal injury law since 1990, conducting many trials, and negotiating settlement of claims whenever possible. Tom now only represents injured clients, although he represented both ICBC and injured claimants for many years, gaining important insight in managing claims.
Tom lives in Whistler, but resides in the city during the week working at Tell Del.
He is proud to have raised 4 children with his wife Beth, and enjoys golf, skate skiing, mountain biking, jogging, boating and rugby.
In 2002 Tom was awarded the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Medal, primarily for legal contribution to the East Indian community.
Tom was a director with Squamish Saving and Insurance, a division of Vancity from 2006 – 2011, focusing on improving the local community.
On March 26, 2010 he was awarded the Access Justice Dugald Christie Award, which recognizes outstanding contribution to the provision of free legal services.
If you would like to contact Tom, please email him at email@example.com.
Anne has been in the legal industry since 2000, with experience in immigration law, general civil litigation, contract law, wrongful dismissal and defamation claims, and most significantly, personal injury. She has prepared pleadings for most levels of court in BC from Small Claims to Supreme Court, and even Federal Court and the BC Human Rights Tribunal.
She spent a few years with a large insurance defence firm in Downtown Vancouver, so is therefore familiar with the processes of both facets of personal injury and litigation. She further honed and focused her skills in personal injury for the Plaintiff’s side with a Burnaby firm until her current position with Tell Del.
In 2011, she joined the dynamic team of Tell Del as one of its Senior Legal Assistants and is now enjoying her position as one of its Paralegals, bringing with her many years of experience and knowledge gained over the years in the legal industry.
Jennifer Sharein was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. She graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2007 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She has been working in Personal Injury with Tell Del ever since and completed the Paralegal Certificate Program at Vancouver Community College.
Jennifer is a member of the B.C. Paralegal Association.
If you would like to contact Jennifer, please send her an email at Jenny@telldel.com
Evelyn was born and raised in Nanaimo. Prior to joining the firm she worked as a legal assistant for a law firm in Burnaby and has experience in a variety of matters including personal injury, general civil litigation, construction matters, debtor/creditor litigation and wrongful dismissal. She has experience in dealing with and preparing documents for the BC Provincial Court and BC Supreme Court.
Before coming to Canada, Ilsy obtained her Bachelor Degree in Social and Legal Sciences at Universidad Rafael Landivar in Guatemala, where she was born. She worked for five years at the Federal Registry of Property in her hometown, Quetzaltenango.
After moving to BC, Ilsy worked for two years as an Assistant at a certified Immigration Consultant office. In 2012, she graduated from the Legal Administrative Assistant program at Capilano University. During her studies at Capilano University, Ilsy earned the honor to be in the Dean’s list and was awarded with a scholarship from the Real Estate Foundation.
When she is not in the office, Ilsy loves to fill her days with music and creativity surrounded by her lovely family.
Monica was born in Vancouver but moved to India at the age of ten to discover her family roots. She moved back to Canada in 2001 where she finished her high school education and gained six years of experience working as a Medical Office Assistant and Medical Administrator.
In 2011, she decided to pursue a career in the legal field and applied for the Legal Administrative Assistant Program at Capilano University. She was on the Dean’s List throughout the program and received a Scholarship for academic excellence from Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP, where she also had the opportunity to do her two-week practicum. Monica graduated with honors in 2012 and has been working with our firm ever since.