Allman v Colvin

Allman appealed the denial of his application for disability benefits. The panel affirmed. It first held all but two of Allman’s arguments were forfeited as he did not preserve them. It held the administrative law judge did not error in finding Allman’s headaches were not sever as it found six other sever impairments and continued the analysis including consideration of the headaches. It also held that the decision to give little weight to the treating physician’s opinion was supported by substantial evidence as Allman’s generally took mediation and was not cogitatively impaired.