Rock band U2”s vocalist Bono”s back injury has cost his insurers 18 million dollars.

According to the Sun, Lloyd”s brokers Robertson Taylor are the firm faced with settling the bill, reports the Daily Telegraph.

The U2 frontman suffered temporary paralysis due to the back problem in May and had to cancel the 16-date US leg of the band”s 360 degree tour.

He underwent emergency surgery in Germany after suffering a slipped disc while dancing during rehearsals.

U2 has just finished live streaming its concert at the Pasadena Rose Bowl in California.

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