Should I fight for pay without previous employer documents?

Question Details: I worked for a company for 2.5 years. The job posting stated 2 weeks of vacation pay per year. I only signed a W-2 at the time of hire, and received no company handbook. The company terminated me with out giving reason and I have not received my unused vacation pay of 4 weeks. Is this worth a case to fight? My paystubs show a steady pay ray but no unpaid pay for vacation and no signed handbook. Is that enough to fight this case or will I lose?

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