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  • Car Broken Into AGAIN... Florida

    I work in a medical office and my car is parked in the back lot....it has been broken into now for the SECOND time in less than 2 months.

    can that be used in any way as good cause to quick a job and still collect unemployment as i look for a new one??

    please let me know, thanks!!!!

  • #2
    Short answer. No.

    Longer answer, car alarm.
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    • #3
      okay good enough
      i do have a car alarm but i guess it doesnt count breaking windows and reaching inside the car...
      i was curious if i could argue that its "not safe" or there are no cameras or things like that....but i didnt think that would be the case---thanks though!

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      • #4
        Cameras won't prevent anyone from breaking into your car if they're determined to do so.

        Your options are:

        1) get a cheap junker to drive to work that nobody will want to break into.
        2) keep things as they are and hope for the best.
        3) look for a new job in an area where it's less likely your car will be broken into.

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          or public transportation, if available
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