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I live in Florida and I was denied benefits for one reason (good cause) .. I have worked all my life and one job back in 2012 just didn't work for me .. I began serving at a restaurant and found out that I was not going to be able to make enough money to support my family .. I decided to find other employment .. I worked for this restaurant for 3-4 weeks until finding other more suitable employment .. I voluntarily quit this job and went to work for another place of employment .. I remained employed with them until January 24 2014 .. I was fired from this job and was found eligible to receive benefits .. I got a paper in the mail said benefits would be denied because I quit a job and I couldn't do that, I quit that job back in 2012 and still remained employed after leaving that restaurant .. I made enough credits and worked the correct amount .. I had my Appeal hearing and I received my letter today and was denied benefits due to me leaving a job back in 2012 .. It's not like I stayed unemployed after quitting that restaurant back in2012 I went right back to work .. I'm looking to file another appeal against my determination that my referee made against me.. Should I go ahead with it? Do I have a case?? I