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Vic Feazell Recognized in Guinness Book of World Records


Vic Feazell, former District Attorney of Waco, McLennan County, Texas, is recognized in the Guinness Book of World Records for winning the largest libel award, amounting to $58 million.

Feazell received the award on April 20, 1991 and settled with the defendants, a television station based in Dallas, Texas and one of its reporters, in June of 1991. In the lawsuit, Feazell claimed that the two parties had been libelous, causing undue and extreme harm to his reputation.

The Guinness Book of World Records, published on a yearly basis, records the most current record holders in human achievements and extremes. Vic Feazell’s recognition stands in the judicial section of the reference book, along with record holders in categories such as greatest damages, defamation, and largest alimony suit.

In addition to this distinction, Vic Feazell and the team at the Law Offices of Vic Feazell, P.C., have been recognized in a variety of areas and for many achievements. To learn more about their legal team and how they could help you should you need to seek legal action after an accident, call (512) 710-0931 today.