Making an accident claim means that you could be able to get financial support for any expenses or losses that have happened because of the accident or injury. Some accidents might not seem claim worthy to you, but if you have to spend money or lose money because of the accident and it can be proven that it was someone else fault, then you should consider making a claim. There is nothing new about making compensation claims: it has been happening for centuries in all societies and countries.
Whether you've slipped on a wet floor at work, or been injured by a product you have brought, if it is someone else's fault then the law is there to protect you from any financial expense as a consequence of someone else' failure to ensure your safety. Even tripping over on a defective pavement is something that the local authority could be responsible for, especially when you consider it is their duty to maintain many public spaces using public money.
Of course many people might consider some accidents to be trivial. But the financial costs, especially if you have had to pay for medical care and suffered a loss of earnings by having to take time off work, are certainly not trivial matters, and are worth making a personal injury claim for. Road traffic accident claims, claims for accidents at work and trips, slips and falls that are the fault of poorly maintained or inadequately marked flooring may seem low on the list of priorities when you have been injured. But consider the larger picture and how much of an impact that accident has on you financially. Talk to an experienced claims expert for more advice.