Donald Boulter (plaintiff) and a coworker were on a long work-related road trip and stopped at McDonald’s. Boutler parked the work van in the parking lot and went inside to order a to-go breakfast. As he returned, an unknown motorist drove past in a rushed manner. Boutler stepped back out of the way, slipped, and fell about 60 feet from the van, suffering a head injury. Hartford Fire Insurance Company (defendant) insured the van under a policy with uninsured-motorist coverage for insureds, defined as anyone occupying an insured vehicle. Occupying meant “in, upon, getting in, on, out or off.” The policy specified that uninsured motorists included a hit-and-run vehicle only if it physically hit a covered vehicle or an insured. Boulter made an uninsured-motorist claim under the policy, but Hartford denied coverage on the ground that Boulter was not occupying the van. Both sides moved for summary judgment as to whether Boulter was an insured and the hit-and-run vehicle issue.