Answered on May 21st, 2012 at 8:59 PM
Based on the facts as you describe them, no.
Viewing disability strictly due to amputation, according to the Social Security Administration website:
1.05 Amputation (due to any cause)
A. Both hands;
B. One or both lower extremities at or above the tarsal region, with stump complications resulting in medical inability to use a prosthetic device to ambulate effectively, as defined in 1.bib, which have lasted or are expected to last for at least 12 months;
C. One hand and one lower extremity at or above the tarsal region, with inability to ambulate effectively, as defined in 1.00B2b;
D. Hemipelvectomy or hip disarticulation.
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