A “disabled veteran” is any person who, as a result of injury or disease suffered while on active service
with the armed forces of the United States, suffers any of the following:
(a) Has a disability which has been rated at 100 percent by the Department of Veterans
Affairs or the military service from which the veteran was discharged, due to a diagnosed
disease or disorder which substantially impairs or interferes with mobility.
(b) Is so severely disabled as to be unable to move without the aid of an assistant
(c) Has lost, or has lost use of, one or more limbs.
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