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While an attorney who operates or is interested in a lay-adjusting agency may not practice law generally, such attorney may separately and independently practice law subject to the restrictions that: (1) He may not in his law practice perform any legal service for insurance companies which utilize or might utilize the service of the adjusting agency, and (2) He cannot represent in his law practice any claimant or other person whose matter grew out of or has any relationship to matters handled by the lay-adjusting agency.

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