Yes, you may file for unemployment benefits if you were terminated. If denied, you may appeal. Make sure you include documentation of what took place. Keep in mind that as of the first of the year, Michigan Unemployment Benefits have been reduced from a maximum of 26 weeks to a maximum of 20 weeks. Good Luck!
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They can fight your unemployment. The real question is why were you discharged. I linked to my legal guide on unemployment. It will help provide some background information.
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