Yes, a disabled person may be able to qualify for life insurance coverage.
However, people with disabilities would have to pay a much higher premium, or might even be declined for life insurance.
It may depend on the life insurance company's guidelines for approval, as well as, the type of disability, and the age and health of the person applying for life insurance.
If the disabled person is denied life insurance coverage he can try guaranteed approval life insurance. But this type of plan provides a limited amount of life insurance at very high rates. And, the coverage is graded benefit, meaning you don't have full coverage until being insured under the life insurance policy for at least two years.
It may be a good idea to learn about high risk life insurance plans and contact a licensed life insurance broker that specializes in placing high risk applicants for life insurance coverage.