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No, a law firm may not unilaterally change the retainer agreement and charge extra for expenses if the original agreement did not provide for expense reimbursement in addition to the contingency fee.
You can sue for breach of contract and also file a complaint with the Texas State Bar.
See the following link to file a grievance against the law firm:
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