My question involves unemployment benefits for the state of: New York. I filled for unemployment cause I was sent a text message from my supervisor that I was fired.when I filed they responded with a notice that I quit,that it needed further review. I sent in the documents showing to the contrary,afterward was called by a nys dept. of labor rep. Interrogating me on my response. The text read the bosses want a doctors letter for your absence. So I responded whatever bro, that's how we usually corespond with one another. So the rep turned around and denied my claim for misconduct due to my response, and also said I refused to give my employer such a letter.my day to return to work was suppose to be June 17, was let go June 12. My question is how can i deny them that request when I wasn't due back to work fo 5 more days?, and is that considered insubordination ( whatever bro)? Should I appeal or accept the denial.