involved these specific forms of mental impairment
However, the question was whether Mr Walker had a physical or mental impairment
Long-term mental impairment
is known to be a risk in high-contact sports such as boxing.
The best interests for all concerned is to keep anyone with the slightest evidence of mental impairment
from being a party in any kind of legally binding contract.
or mental impairment
prevents the taxpayer from using a computer.
Section 12102 stated that "[t]he term 'disability' means, with respect to an individual--(A) a physical or mental impairment
that substantially limits one or more major life activities of such individual; (B) a record of such an impairment; or (C) being regarded as having such an impairment.
The numbers of children applying for and receiving SSI benefits due to a mental impairment
has increased over the past decade and now comprise a growing majority of all child beneficiaries.
The trouble with mental impairment
is that there is no obvious sign of it.
The jury did not accept that Freeman had suffered mental impairment
on the day of the murder.
The league is for players aged between eight and 16 with a physical, sensory or mental impairment
but is unable to cater for blind people and wheelchair users.
While the Act does not seek to change all of the anti-discrimination law, and the definition of a disability remains the same: physical or mental impairment
with a substantial and long-term adverse effect on a person's ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities, its main changes centre around discrimination.
The judge said a psychiatric report on the teenager had established he was not suffering from any mental impairment
but had planned the attack out of malice or revenge.