Britain’s The Sun reports that Robertson Taylor – music industry broker for Lloyd’s of London – is reportedly handling a claim of approximately $18 million for the now infamous back injury incurred by U2’s front man Bono during U.S. tour rehearsals.  Bono required emergency surgery, and U2 had to subsequently postpone their U.S. summer tour and cancel their headlining appearance at the Glastonbury Festival.  Along with Bono’s pain and suffering from the bodily injury claim, there may also be a separate claim for cancellation and non-appearance insurance coverage for lost tour revenue estimated to be in the tens of millions of dollars.  Indeed, U2’s insurers may soon too be feeling the pain.