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Megan Ruble


Modesto, CA





Ms. Ruble is from Visalia, CA where she was born and raised. Her mother was a teacher and is now a school administrator and her father was a farmer and mechanic. She earned her B.A. in Linguistics from Fresno State University. She then went on to earn her law degree from the University of Idaho College of Law in 2013.

In December 2013 Ms. Ruble joined the Law Offices of Rockwell, Kelly & Duarte in Modesto, CA. She passionate, enthusiastic, and dedicated to representing California's injured workers.

Shortly after joining Rockwell, Kelly & Duarte she became a member of the California Applicants' Attorneys Association and now serves on the Board of Directors and Women's Caucus. She has lobbied in Sacramento many times working to improve the law for injured workers and she has served as a panelist for the California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery discussing gender bias in workers' compensation.

Outside of the office, Ms. Ruble is an avid cyclist. She began cycling to meet friends and enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle. She participated in many century rides (100 miles) throughout California. This quickly turned into something more than just fun on the weekends. Ms. Ruble now races for the local team—Funsport Bikes Cycling Team. Her favorite races have uphill climbing like the Copperopolis Road Race, Pescadero Road Race, and Wente Vineyards Road Race. Check out her results here:

Areas of Practice

  • Worker's Compensation

Bar Admissions

  • California, 2014


  • University of Idaho College of Law, Moscow, Idaho
    • J.D. - 2013
  • California State University, Fresno, California

    Honors and Awards

    • Pro Bono "Service with Distinction" for 140 hours of service

    Professional Associations and Memberships

    • California Applicant's Attorneys Association, 2014 to Present

    Past Employment Positions

    • Idaho Supreme Court, Extern Law Clerk, 2013 to 2013
    • McFarland Law Office, Legal Intern, 2012 to 2012
    Making a false or fraudulent workers’ compensation claim is a felony subject to 5 years in prison or up to $50,000 or double the value of the fraud, whichever is greater, or by both imprisonment and fine.