Am I missing something or did you sort of answer your own question? You can always ask for footage. An attorney usually has pretty good luck asking for such footage, particularly if it is needed for a driving issue.
Best of luck to you!
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You can always ask for it, or your attorney can ask for any video footage. If you are in a lawsuit, your attorney can serve a deposition on written questions with subpeona duces tecum asking for the company to produce any video footage.
How long the company keeps the video footage is unknown???
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This will be difficult. Consult a TX attorney to know for sure.
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